By WYATT GELLER
With high temperatures in the area, fires burned more than 40,000 acres of wildlife in Oklahoma. For the Midwest, this occurrence was a big deal to the region.
“We haven’t had one of these in the last few years,” said Mark Goeller, the Oklahoma Forestry Services’ fire management chief, told CNN. “Fires are going to burn all night.”
Fires in Harper County had 17,280 acres of land burnt in a matter of three hours, according to Goeller.
In fact, 76 out of the 77 counties in Oklahoma received red flag warnings, that advise the citizens of extreme caution of open flames in the area.
Oklahoma’s Department of Emergency Management reported that there are no injuries or loss of life, but a few people lost their homes.
You never how hot it will get out in the Midwest.