All Headline News (http://www.allheadlinenews.com/articles/7007191174) reports that a wildfire in Georgia could burn for another month. Residents of several rural homes in Georgia were forced to evacuate after spot fires ignited near a massive wildfire that has blazed for 14 days and devastated nearly 100 square miles of forest and swampland. It reports that the fire could keep burning for awhile.
The Washington Post reports that wind gusting to 15 mph and extreme drought conditions with no rain in the forecast mean the fire will continue to rage for at least another week. The fire started April 16 near the Okefenokee Swamp.