On Friday, a Red Flag Warning was issued for areas west of the Cascade Mountain Range in Oregon and Washington. The warning came in advance of the strong winds and relatively low humidity that were anticipated to arrive over the course of the weekend.
The Red Flag Warning begins at two in the morning on Saturday and remains in effect until six in the morning on Sunday.
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The National Weather Service office in Portland anticipates gusts of easterly winds reaching up to 25 miles per hour, while the relative humidity may drop to as low as 15 to 20 per cent.
These variables can cause risky fire behaviour, which poses a risk to both people’s lives and their property.
Burning anything outside should be avoided as much as possible in the states of Oregon and Washington while the alert remains in place.
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