Twenty-one Oklahoma counties are now under a burn ban.
One of the latest counties to make the list was Okmulgee County. County commissioners approved a 30-day burn ban Monday.
Other counties with a burn ban in place include:
Under a burn ban, it is against the law to set a grass or wildfire, build a campfire or burn trash. Anyone convicted could face a fine of up to $500 and a year in the county jail.