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April 16, 2003 Forest Fires

The mountains were aglow Wednesday night as a forest fire crept its way across the ridges east of Charleston. Several days of dry, warm weather increased the risk for wildfires in the area, which are common in Appalachia in the spring and fall.

DIGITAL VIDEO: Forest Fire near Charleston
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February 16: Snow, Ice & Flooding
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