Fire Danger Level drops to "low"
JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. —
Thursday morning, the Oregon Department of Forestry, Southwest District, announced the Fire Danger Level has dropped to "low."
This reduction is thanks to the recent cool weather forecast, rain, and overnight relative humidity recoveries.
While fire season still remains in effect, the change does mean fewer restrictions for the public for potentially hazardous activities. A current list of restrictions can be found at the ODF Southwest District's Facebook page.