National Weather Service issues fire warning for Shawnee County

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SHAWNEE COUNTY, Kan. (KSNT) — The National Weather Service has issued a fire warning for Shawnee County.

The NWS has announced the grass fire in the “Dover township is dangerous” and to avoid the area.

A “red flag” warning will continue into Monday. To find out more information about the upcoming weather, click here.

KSNT News will update you when the fire warning has expired.

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