VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. (WOFL FOX 35) - Central Florida firefighters are worried and hopeful at the same time when it comes to the current wildfire season. They're worried because we had a relatively wet winter and lots of vegetation grew.
But it has not rained as much through the spring. So all that vegetation is drying out and becoming fuel for wildfires. However, there is hope for a wetter than normal summer which could alleviate some of the concern. FOX 35's Tom Johnson spent the day talking about it with Volusia County's "Fire Walkers."
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