GRAY, Maine — The U.S. National Weather Service in Gray, Maine has issued a fire warning for Monday, April 6.
The weather service warns there will be an increased risk for the spread of fires because of a combination of low humidity, warm temperatures, and winds.
Temperatures are expected to reach in the 50s and low 60s, and winds will reach 15-20 mph.
Below is a map the U.S. National Weather Service Gray posted on their Facebook page of the humidity across the state on Monday.
To find out more information regarding fires, the U.S. Weather Serice Gray has a page located at:
Maine Forest Rangers put out a reminder that open burning with online permits that have been acquired are on hold until the fire danger goes back to MODERATE or LOW.
They also warned that if you burned a brush pile this weekend, you would be well advised to check it today to ensure 100% extinguishment.