Drought heightens wildfire risk in Texas, Oklahoma, experts say

04/8/2011 | Insurance Journal

Many regions in Texas are facing an increased risk of wildfires because of drought conditions, hot weather and very dry vegetation, the Texas Forest Service says. Drought-affected areas are expanding while conditions continue to worsen in Oklahoma, exposing many communities to the wildfire risk, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor.

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