An epic drought, scorching heat and deadly wildfires have plagued the state for months and continue to singe the land. The damages from this year's wildfires are estimated at more that $5 billion, according to news reports.


Instead of dumping rain, Tropical Storm Lee, which hit the Gulf Coast last weekend, brought only winds that made the wildfires worse.
Nearly 18,612 wildfires have burned 3.5 million acres of Texas so far this year, according to the Texas Forest Service.






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