‘Smoke-nado’ Spawned by Kentucky Fire
From The Weather Channel iPhone App
Yesterday Alabama had 19 wildfires statewide, bringing the total to 156 in the last 7 days and 313 in the last 30 days.
We can expect more fire starts, hotter, faster fires, and erratic fire behavior in the dry air over Alabama. It is also harder to get containment lines to hold the fire when humidity is low. Be very careful if you have to do any outdoor burning!
These dry conditions are setting the southeast up for lots of dangerous times if it persists. I live next to woods.