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Dry winter could lead to early start for bushfire season

Tags: East Coast environment

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Tasmanians are urged to be alert as the season’s change, with a potential early start to the bushfire season predicted on the East Coast.

One of the main reasons for this is the exceptionally dry winter seen across Tasmania these past few months.

Acting Deputy Chief at the Tasmanian Fire Service, Jeff Harper, talks with Martin Agatyn about the potential risk.

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