Enhanced risk of wildfire spread in South Jersey Saturday afternoon

     A firefighter on the scene of a fire at Warren Grove in southern Ocean County in 2004. (Photo: New Jersey Forest Fire Service)

    A firefighter on the scene of a fire at Warren Grove in southern Ocean County in 2004. (Photo: New Jersey Forest Fire Service)

    The National Weather Service has issued a bulletin advising of an enhanced risk of wildfire spread in South Jersey Saturday afternoon.

    “Low relative humidity levels, gusty winds and drying fine fuels will create an elevated risk for the spread of wildfires,” the bulletin states. 

    As Smokey Bear says, “Only you can prevent wildfires.” Here are some tips from him.

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