Dry conditions, brisks winds fuel northwestern Minnesota wildfire
A perfect storm of conditions resulted in a wildfire that has burned more than 24,000 acres in northwestern Minnesota.
"We've had a month of way below average precipitation, way above average temperatures and humidity lower than normal for fall," said Ron Sanow, spokesman for the Minnesota Intragency Fire Center, which deals with complicated fires.
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