The Province has now broken the one hundred million dollar spending mark fighting the two hundred and two forest fires burning across the region.
Fire Information Officer Kevin Skrepnek says the weather looks like it’s changing, and officials are cautiously optimistic.
“We are seeing a bit of a shift right now, unstable weather expected for most of the province today. We see a shift away from the hot, dry conditions we’ve been seeing in most areas for the last few weeks. This is going to bring cooler temperatures and showers, but it also means we’re going to be seeing potentially unpredictable winds, and lightning.”
As for the Air Quality, it seems to be better for many parts across the province.
That being said, health officials say people with chronic conditions like asthma should still exercise some caution.