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April 27th, 2021

Infographic explaining what a red flag warning is and how to act when one is in place, in order to prevent wildfires. More information in description below.

Facebook: A Red Flag Warning means that critical fire weather conditions are happening. Weather conditions can consist of strong winds, low humidity, warm temperatures, or a combination of such. All can contribute to extreme fire behavior. Be aware of the fire warnings in your area and always follow the instructions provided by local emergency officials. Learn more below.

#LivingWithFire #FireYear #DefensibleSpace #NWAC #Wildfire #FirePrep #FireSafe
https://www.wrh.noaa.gov/fire2/main.php

Twitter: Critical fire weather conditions increase the risk of a wildfire and can lead to a Red Flag Warning. Make sure to follow all instructions given by local emergency officials.

#LivingWithFire #FireYear #NWAC #Wildfire #RedFlagWarning
https://www.wrh.noaa.gov/fire2/main.php


Photo of a group of people gathered at a soccer field, with dark wildfire smoke in the background and text that says, "Prepare for Wildfire, Identify safe areas to evacuate."

Alt-text: Photo of a group of people gathered at a soccer field, with dark wildfire smoke in the background and text that says, "Prepare for Wildfire, Identify safe areas to evacuate."

Facebook: During a wildfire, make sure you know about a safe nearby area to evacuate to. Large grass fields and empty parking lots are good options. Learn more about evacuation and staying safe during a wildfire below.

#LivingWithFire #FireYear #DefensibleSpace #NWAC #Wildfire #FirePrep #FireSafe
https://www.livingwithfire.com/get-prepared/

Twitter: During a wildfire, make sure you know about a safe nearby area to evacuate to. Large grass fields and empty parking lots are good options. Learn more below

#LivingWithFire #FireYear #DefensibleSpace #NWAC #Wildfire #FirePrep #FireSafe
https://www.livingwithfire.com/get-prepared/


Photo of a street sign with the text, "Prepare for Wildfire, Maintain street signs."

Alt-text: Photo of a street sign with the text, "Prepare for Wildfire, Maintain street signs."

Facebook: Street signs help emergency responders navigate during a wildfire. Make sure signs in your neighborhood are posted at each intersection, made of reflective material, and have characters that are at least 4 inches tall. Learn more in the guide "Fire Adapted Communities: The Next Step in Wildfire Preparedness" linked below.

#LivingWithFire #FireYear #DefensibleSpace #NWAC #Wildfire #FirePrep #FireSafe
https://naes.agnt.unr.edu/PMS/Pubs/1510_2011_93.pd

Twitter: Street signs help emergency responders navigate during a wildfire. Large, reflective signs should be posted at each intersection in your neighborhood. Learn more below.

#LivingWithFire #NWAC #Wildfire #ReadyForWildfire
https://naes.agnt.unr.edu/PMS/Pubs/1510_2011_93.pd

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