High winds and dry air caused several brush fires to break out around Maryland today.
High temperatures and low rainfall are creating problems in many parts of Maryland, from bad crops to the threat of brush fires.
The drought affecting most of Maryland could get worse and many people are already feeling the pain. The dry conditions are back this week causing problems we normally don’t see until summertime.
Montgomery County firefighters worked over the weekend to extinguish a brush fire that spread through several acres in Gaithersburg.
Monday night’s storm will bring some relief for firefighters across the state. Crews spent the weekend battling dangerous brush fires, fanned by high winds.
Brush fires are still blazing in the woods of Odenton in Anne Arundel County.