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OKLAHOMA – Fire crews across the state are working overtime thanks to high winds and dry conditions.

Firefighters worked to contain grass fires in N.E. Oklahoma CityMustang, and Newalla all just Saturday.

Officials say the high winds and dry weather have created the perfect recipe for grass fires.

Authorities are asking residents to take extra precautions to prevent fires.

Currently no Oklahoma counties are under a burn ban. 

Fires aren’t the only thing causing Oklahomans problems.

The wind has played a big role in keeping crews busy.

Several Oklahoma Counties have decided to reinstate burn bans due to the recent outbreak of grass fires.

Click here to see if your county is under a burn ban.