Texas Smokehouse Creek Fire 15% contained with over a million acres torched

Smokehouse-Creek-Fire Firefighters survey hotspots following the Smokehouse Creek Fire in Miami, Texas, on Saturday. Jordan Vonderhaar/Bloomberg/Getty Images

Matthew 24:7 For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and there will be famines and earthquakes in various places.

Important Takeaways:

  • Firefighters battling ‘monster’ Texas wildfire contend with strong winds and heat as residents grapple with lost homes
  • The biggest inferno in Texas history is being fueled by winds and high temperatures as it rages Sunday, threatening to incinerate more buildings, cattle and livelihoods across the Texas Panhandle while residents sift through ashes of what used to be homes.
  • Critical fire weather conditions were expected to continue Sunday in the area, with strengthening winds gusting to 50 mph and dry conditions combining to set the stage for rapid wildfire spread, the National Weather Service warned.
  • The Smokehouse Creek Fire has been burning for nearly a week and has torched more than 1 million acres in Texas alone, making it the largest fire on record in the state – and it is only 15% contained.

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