The red flag isn't flying yet, but it could be tomorrow.
That's why the National Weather Service has issued a 'Fire Weather Watch' for our area today.
Weather Service Meteorologist Bart Haake say, "When conditions are looking favorable or there's a high probability that the criteria for a red flag warning would be met, we issue a fire weather watch."
Haake says southwest winds tomorrow could gust up to 30 miles an hour.
Combined with the drought and temps around 110, the danger for fire in Green Country tomorrow is called "exceptionally high."
"Nothing really has changed," says Haake, "just the wind speeds are going to be a little bit more tomorrow."