Dry situations have brought about the Nationwide Climate Service to warn the metro area concerning the danger of fires due to such low humidity ranges.
WASHINGTON — A number of brush fires impacted the DMV area as dry climate situations have created an ideal setup for these occurrences.
Two units of brush fires occurred Monday within the late afternoon. The primary was in DC close to Ft. Mahan Park in Northeast D.C., with the second set on the George Washington Memorial Parkway the place the parkway’s first scenic overlook is situated in Arlington, Virginia.
The comb fires in Arlington and D.C. are underneath management, based on fireplace division officers from each localities.
Some commuters in each D.C. and Arlington had been impacted by first responders working to place out the fires.
What brought about these brush fires should not recognized right now, however dry situations have brought about the National Weather Service to warn the Washington DC – Baltimore metro area concerning the danger of fires due to such low humidity ranges within the space.
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