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RENO, Nev. (AP) — The National Weather Service has issued a red-flag fire warning for most of Nevada stretching into parts of California, Arizona and Utah.
The National Weather Service has issued red flag warnings across the state because of gusty winds and low humidity expected Monday throughout Nevada.
Most of the warnings run through about 9 p.m., while the warning for Reno expires at 2 p.m. due to a forecast of rain later today.
A red flag warning has been issued Wednesday for much of Western Nevada, including Reno, Gerlach and the site of Burning Man in the Black Rock Desert.
The advisory pertains to the possibility of strong winds and low humidity, combining to make conditions right for erratic wildfires.
A red flag warning remains in effect in Clark County, eastern Lincoln County and Mohave County, according to the National Weather Service.
Hot, dry and windy conditions have put the areas in danger of rapid fire growth, the service said.