By Tim Kowols
Overnight rains on Tuesday gave some relief to Door and Kewaunee County, but there is still some risk for fires in the area. Much of the state was downgraded from high fire danger to moderate or low levels following the wet weather that swept through the area. Dead vegetation from the winter still exists in the area and Gibraltar Fire Chief Jerrad Anderson says a threat for unintended fires remains.
Anderson reminds fire bearers that burn permits are required in many communities and proper precautions should take place before igniting the flame.