Southwest's driest spring in 1,200 years sparks wildfire concerns
Experts say the Southwestern U.S. is now the driest it’s been in 1,200 years, which has many on edge for another long, destructive summer for wildfires. This year’s earlier-than-normal start to the spring wildfire season is being blamed on an extended drought made worse by climate change.
NPR’s Kirk Siegler reports.
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