...Elevated Fire Danger Expected Each Afternoon...
Low relative humidity, dry fuels, and occasionally gusty northeast
winds will contribute to elevated fire danger much of this week.
Relative humidity is forecast to fall to near 30 percent or lower
each afternoon with northeast winds up to 10 mph with higher
gusts. No rain is expected across the Mid-South this week.
Burn bans are in effect for Clay County Arkansas and Tallahatchie
and Tate Counties in Mississippi.
Caution should be used in any outdoor burning. Contact your local
government or fire control officials for information regarding
any burn restrictions.