Some hard-to-read global weather patterns are making this year’s fire season difficult to forecast. That’s according to experts at federal agencies that track wildfires.
But as best they can tell, the Northwest is in for a normal season- which for the U.S. Forest Service, means it will be busy.
Chelan Fire & Rescue Assistant Fire Chief, Rusty Stamps, told KOZI that in recent years, the fire season has been fairly mild- so they are bracing for what is likely to be a worse round this year.
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