Roanoke set another record high temperature yesterday, and while conditions are likely to return closer to normal for a while, the continuing dry spell is raising fall wildfire concerns. The National Weather Service says the long-range outlook through the end of November calls for warmer temperatures than normal — and less precipitation than normal — at a time when drought conditions are already increasing. WLNI’s Evan Jones has more:

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