Even a record wet year in NJ won’t extinguish forest fire threat

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JOE MARTUCCI / PRESS OF ATLANTIC CITY – The wettest year on record and a soggier than average start to 2019 are still not enough to douse the potential flames of the 2019 wildfire season.

“It has been wet. We enter spring and the fire season in good shape. … However, the Pinelands can dry out very quickly,” said Dave Robinson, the New Jersey State Climatologist …

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