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South Carolina Under Fire Weather Watch

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South Carolina under Fire Weather Watch. Residents are asked not to burn yard debris until after the next rainfall. South Carolina under Fire Weather Watch. Residents are asked not to burn yard debris until after the next rainfall.

The National Weather Service has issued a Fire Weather Watch for South Carolina beginning Saturday.

Weather can play a big role in the spread of wildfire. Residents should not burn yard debris until after the next rainfall. 

The watch is being issued because of low humidity, high winds and relatively high temperatures. Tomorrow's humidity in the Palmetto State is expected to fall to 25 to 30%.

Winds are expected to reach 20 to 25 miles per hour with gusts up to 30 mph.

Check out any active fires across the state in the interactive map below.

Symbol Definition
Active Wildfire Active Wildfire
Fire contained or controlled Contained or Controlled Wildfire (Fires remain on map until “archived” at end of day or IF fire is contained but not controlled)

STATUS CODES

DISP = Unit(s) dispatched.
ENRT = Unit(s) enroute.
ONSC = Unit(s) onscene.
SUSP or CMPL= Last Forestry Commission unit has left scene, waiting on information for report.

Fire in CMPL status remain on the map until "archived" at end of day or if they are still being monitored by Forestry Commission personnel.

Map Disclaimer

Although every reasonable effort is made to present current and accurate information, the South Carolina Forestry Commission makes no guarantees of any kind in regard to this data and it is provided for information purposes only. It is not to be used as an exact location reference. In no event shall the Forestry Commission be responsible or liable, directly or indirectly, for any damage or loss caused or alleged to be caused by or in connection with the use of or reliance on any such content.

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