National Weather Service issued burn warning for Johnson County
According to the NWS, above normal temperatures are going to combine with falling dew points to create a low-humidity atmosphere for most of northeastern Kansas. This will combine with high winds for a high risk of wildfire. Winds are expected to be between 20-30 miles per hour by mid-afternoon, with some stronger gusts possible. The NWS recommends that all burn plans be postponed until weather conditions change.