Strong winds and soaring temperatures accompany RFS hazard burning operations

Strong winds and soaring temperatures accompany RFS hazard burning operations

Temperatures are likely to climb ten degrees above the monthly average on Thursday, while the Rural Fire Service is confident that strong winds will not delay vital hazard reduction burns across the state.

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