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MESSAGE FROM THE CHIEF
The heavy rains that flooded parts of Southeast Texas in late June and then again in early July may have also
delivered some brief, and albeit minor relief from the heat during this period, but the threat of wildfire continues
to be a clear and present danger, especially as we enter the height of another blistering Texas summer.
DROUGHT SITUATION IN TEXAS
Nearly every part of our country experiences periods of reduced rainfall. If we plan for drought, then we can enjoy the
benefits of normal or rainy years and not get caught unprepared in dry years.
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