Wildfires Rage Across South With No Rain in Sight

At least 37 large wildfires are still raging across the United States, with no rain in the forecast this week.
0:51 | 11/17/16

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Hey is still hangs over parts of the southeast as dozens of wildfires continue to burn out of control. Business people in the midwest brace for the first blizzard of the season ABC's changes he has the details. Atlanta Georgia is one of those cities now thirty days straight without measurable rain that is having a huge impact the drought. On those wildfires let's take it straight to the mastery in seat 33 large wildfires now burning. In parts of Kentucky Tennessee West Virginia all the states there highland a map. People are going to the hospital because of air quality. Schools are closing some of the air quality index numbers are nearing places like Hong Kong. And Shanghai China so we're going to be talking about this for a while because it that is not changing but we've got to get that blizzard watch. There are places that give that up to twelve inches of snow with 45 now proud wind gusts going their next 24 hours. Ginger zee ABC news New York.

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