ARDMORE, OK - The cooler temperatures and recent rains have led to a repeal of oklahoma's state-issued burn bans.
Governor Mary Fallin said the lower wildfire risk led her to lift the bans.
Emergency managers are still urging Oklahomans to use caution when starting fires outdoors because many counties are still in a drought.
Cimarron is the only county in the state still under a burn ban.
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