The statewide burn ban in place since early August has been lifted for the 33 remaining counties still under government restriction.
Gov. Mary Fallin made the announcement Thursday after recent cooling is expected to turn the page on months of drought and wildfires.
The governor stressed caution, however.
“Even with the rains we have received, drought conditions are still plaguing some counties," said State Forester George Geissler. “Everyone should be weather aware and consider the conditions before they do any activity which could spark a wildfire."
Cimarron County is the only county still under a county-induced burn ban, scheduled to expire November 1.
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