By Megan Wehring
While Central Texas has seen a spotty wildfire season, officials say the state is not in the clear yet.
“When we start getting our 100-degree weather that we have been missing. It’s going to dry out really quick. With all of the growth, because of all of the rain, we could have a pretty bad season around August or September.”
– Kyle Taylor, Kyle Fire Chief
The recent rainfall has caused thriving vegetation and green backyards yet scorching hot temperatur...