Very very hot girl

Added: Arla Stell - Date: 03.11.2021 18:57 - Views: 25131 - Clicks: 3605

The risk of wildfires in parts of Scotland is "very high" over the next few days, the fire service has warned.

Very very hot girl

The alert covers Easter Ross, the central Highlands and south-west Scotland. The warning comes after days of hot and dry weather across Scotland, with temperatures reaching 29C at Threave in Dumfries and Galloway on Friday.

The "very high risk" alert remains in place until Monday. A "moderate to high risk" warning was also issued for central and western Scotland.

Very very hot girl

SFRS deputy assistant chief officer Alasdair Perry, said: "We are asking the public to think twice before using anything involving a naked flame. Wildfires have the potential to burn for days, devastate vast areas of land and wildlife and threaten nearby communities.

Very very hot girl

In April, firefighters spent 16 hours tackling a large hillside fire near Oban. It follows warnings last summer about the "aggressive spread" of wildfires during dry weather in Scotland.

Very very hot girl

Mr Perry added: "These fires can also have a hugely negative impact on the environment and the release of greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere. Wildfire warning as firefighters tackle Oban blaze Dry weather sees 'aggressive' spread of wildfires.

Very very hot girl

Related Topics. Oban Wildfires.

Very very hot girl Very very hot girl

email: [email protected] - phone:(632) 767-1706 x 1568

'Very high risk' wildfire warning follows heatwave