Wildfires have been wreaking havoc in the Texas Panhandle this spring. The dry and brittle vegetation caused by drought mixed with highly high winds has created perfect conditions for these wildfires to erupt so suddenly.

Firefighters have been working tirelessly to contain the blazes, but the combination of high winds and dry conditions makes their efforts difficult.

It was just a week ago when we first received warnings and alerts preparing us for these fires and now that they've finally hit, they've left some scary landscapes that look like something straight out of an apocalyptic film.

Hopefully, with April coming around we might be lucky enough to get some rain but until then, these wildfires will be in the hands of the hardworking firefighters who are doing their best to keep these blazes under control.

The Apocalyptic Landscapes Left By Fires In The Panhandle

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Best Places to See Bluebonnets in Texas

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Top 15 Under the Radar Cities in Texas

Texas is booming, and as more people move here, they'll be looking at areas like Austin or Houston to settle down. There are plenty of others places they ought to consider, though.

Using data from the U.S. Census Bureau, along with data about home sales and public school ratings, Orchard recently ranked and graded the Top 15 Under the Radar Cities in Texas.

These are unexpectedly good places to make a life for yourself and your family in the Lone Star State. Did your hometown make the list?





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