New TX Wildfire | 3210 Fire

LAMPASA COUNTY, TEXAS

UPDATE 1 | SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2021 | 1515 PT

A wildfire ignited on Saturday, February 6, 2021, around 1430 hours CST near the small community of Rumley, Texas.

The fire has been named the 3210 FIRE.

Currently, there has been 40 acres of short grass and brush/juniper pasturelands destroyed. There is a current zero-percent containment status.

Texas A&M Forest Service members | Credit: Texas A&M Forest Service (Stock photo)

Two houses, one outbuilding and a barn were saved by fire crews.

Resources include Texas A&M Forest Service and multiple local fire departments. They are in Unified Command with the local FD Incident Commander.

Current weather report | Sunny skies with temps of 65*F and winds at 11 mph and humidity at 29%. Temps are expected to rise to 69*F on Sunday and in the 70’s on Monday through Wednesday.

To learn more about Texas A&M’s Wildfire Education and Fire Prevention program, visit them on their facebook page here –> https://www.facebook.com/wildfireeducation.prevention

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