We mapped it with GPS, global positioning system, after some of the smoke had cleared out and we found it was smaller than we had originally thought.
It got kicked back up today.
Certainly, people can wait a while before burning their vegetation. We need a good, soaking rain -- really, a few, probably -- before people can breathe a little sigh of relief.
It was just a scenario of where the winds changed. We would not have proceeded if we thought the wind was going to change.
Yesterday, we would have said, 'No.' It was very dry. We had single-digit relative humidity and it was extremely dry.
Heck, even when you put a burn ban in, that's not going to be the be-all, end-all. You're going to have people burning anyway.
That is wonderful news given the proximity to some of the homes out there.
We are studying the weather hard every day. If this weather model continues, it may become prudent for us to reconsider whether to have a burning ban.