(KFVS) - Several areas of the Heartland are dealing with dry weather.
The following officials have issued burn bans or advisories for Heartland counties:
Scott County Rural Fire Protection District issued a burn advisory.
The Horseshoe Lake Fire Department has issued a burn ban due to dry conditions and low humidity.
Anna Fire and Rescue Department officials said until it rains, all of Union County is under a burn ban.
A Carterville burn ban was lifted on Monday, Oct. 7
The White County burn ban was lifted Friday, Oct. 11.
Marshall County officials lifted a burn ban initially set on Monday, Sept. 30. Officials said to remember, the State Forestry Burn Laws are now in effect in effect: No burning between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. in or within 150 feet of woods or brush until Dec. 15.
Media outlets are reporting burn bans in Calloway, Fulton, Carlisle, Hickman and Hopkins Counties in Kentucky.
Ballard County burn ban has been lifted, but the Ballard forestry burn ban is still in effect.
Graves County burn ban was lifted, Oct 12, 2019.