A statewide drought means more wildfires. Check out this KHON2 video on the current state of the drought, what this means for wildfire potential, and tips for making sure your family is safe from wildfire.
"So how can you prepare?
Fire officials say if you live in an area near lots of dry grass you should create a 30-foot safety zone around your home.
You should make sure to remove leaves or other combustibles that could help the fire spread.
Also, make sure your family has an evacuation plan in case you have to leave your home.
'Just a few weeks of dry season or very dry weather can bring water content down on the vegetation and could bring your home into harms way,' said Jenkins."