Sunday lived up to its promise as fires sprang up throughout northern Wisconsin, including large blazes in Foxboro and the Chequamegon forest.
"We knew yesterday was going to be a bad day firewise," said Mike Stewart, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. A cocktail of high temperatures, high winds and low humidity created the dangerous fire conditions.
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