(Pierre, SD) — Dry conditions in South Dakota are causing concern for increased fire danger. The lack of precipitation and snow cover this November is making the risk a reality in a month that fires typically aren’t brought up. Warmer air is moving in with an uptick in humidity over the next day or so. This will be combined with an increasing southerly wind to bring in an elevated risk until colder weather comes over the holiday weekend. Officials are urging folks to use caution and practice fire safety as conditions continue to remain dry.