(WSPA) – The South Carolina Forestry Commission has announced that they will be lifting the statewide Red Flag Fire Alert on Monday.
The lift will be effective at 7:00 a.m. on Monday.
The SCFC says the alert is being lifted because of improving weather conditions.
As a reminder, state law requires you to notify the Forestry Commission before burning outdoors.
For residential yard debris burning, residents can find their county’s toll-free notification number here.
Residents burning for forestry, wildlife, or agricultural purposes should notify by calling 1-800-777-3473.
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