Flames consume the prairie north of Protection as a wildfire, swept by winds of up to 50 mph, burned hundreds of thousands of acres across southern and central Kansas.
Flames consume the prairie north of Protection as a wildfire, swept by winds of up to 50 mph, burned hundreds of thousands of acres across southern and central Kansas. Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle
Flames consume the prairie north of Protection as a wildfire, swept by winds of up to 50 mph, burned hundreds of thousands of acres across southern and central Kansas. Bo Rader The Wichita Eagle

More extreme weather could mean more, bigger wildfires, scientists say

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