LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Some Arkansans anxious to get into the yard and begin their fall cleanups will have to wait.
Dry conditions continue to keep a hold on the Natural State and that means burn bans, which are in place for dozens of counties.
On Friday, the Arkansas Forestry Commission added Ouachita and Ashley counties to the list.
That increases the state total to 30.
Here's the full list of Arkansas counties under burn bans:
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