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August 19, 2010, Vancouver - Temperatures in the 30s in British Columbia have resulted in as much as 70 per cent of the province receiving an “extreme” or “high” fire rating. And even though temperatures are forecast to drop for the rest of the week, fire information officer Alyson Couch says the dangerous conditions will remain in the tinder dry forests as very little rain is on the way. Canadian Forest Industries reports.


August 19, 2010
By Bill Tice

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August 19, 2010, Vancouver – Temperatures in the 30s in British Columbia have resulted in as much as 70 per cent of the province receiving an “extreme” or “high” fire rating.
And even though temperatures are forecast to drop for the rest of the
week, fire information officer Alyson Couch says the dangerous
conditions will remain in the tinder dry forests as very little rain is
on the way. Canadian Forest Industries reports. | READ MORE


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