You’ve seen the headlines on the news about the deadly fires that have engulfed parts of Washington, D.C., and California, but the flames that blanketed the country over the weekend were only the latest in a string of blazes.
According to a report released by the American Red Cross, 1,200 homes were destroyed in a rash of blizzards and storms in the United States and more than 2,000 homes were damaged.
As a result, some of those affected are being forced to evacuate, with thousands more forced to seek shelter.
The American Red Crescent says that the vast majority of the more than 800 homes that were destroyed by the fires are in the Northeast, the Midwest, and South, and many are in hard-hit areas like Florida and Louisiana.
There are also many homes in Hawaii, California, and other parts of the country where they have been unable to find shelter due to the severe storms.
The fire season in the U.S. is long, and this year is no exception.
In January, wildfires are already raging across the Midwest and South and wildfires have already burned more than 10,000 acres in Alaska, Arizona, Colorado, and Washington state.
The fires are also spreading quickly.
The National Weather Service says it’s likely that fires will continue to spread through the year.
According the Weather Service, more than a third of all wildfires in the nation are currently in the Midwest region.
That includes several fires in Missouri and Arkansas, and several others in Alabama, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia.
And the number of fires in the Southeast is increasing, as well.
The weather agency expects the Southeast will see a record number of fire season fires this year, with a record of more than 50,000 fires reported across the region this year.
As of Monday, fires were burning in Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee, as the Weather Bureau reports.
In the Northeast region, fire is expected to grow to as much as 1,500 acres in the next week, and the number is expected continue to rise.
But there’s still a chance we won’t see any major fires until 2019, according to the weather bureau.
That means fires will be more intense in the region than ever before.
There will still be many days of high temperatures in the northeast and in the Southwest, but it’s not expected to be that hot.
So if you’re looking to build an indoor or outdoor home, you might want to start thinking about how to do it under a certain climate.
If you’re a DIYer, this article has you covered.
If not, the Weather Report has more great information to help you make sure you’re safe.