Well it's that time of year again, you know, the time where the UK gets a few minutes of sunshine. The time that all of a sudden our lovely countryside decides to spontaneously combust. Not like in hot countries where it takes a little while of hot weather and low rainfall for things to burst into flames, no I'm talking about South Wales where after a few days of sun, all of a sudden, the whole place decides it wants to burn.
Nothing to do with arsonists, it's just really dry so it's bound to burn.
BBC News - Grass fires in Monmouthshire, Gwynedd, Powys and Port Talbot
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