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Rain showers helping wildfire efforts, but not for the long-run

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Gainesville residents are pulling out their umbrellas, as this week continues to deliver more rain showers. But Wildfire Mitigation Specialist Ludie Bond says this is a welcome weather change.

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Bond says in the battle between rain and active fires, the constant weather change plays a huge role.

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