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Published: 17 February 2017 Written by Jacinta Lee
Less than a week after bushfire conditions swept across the region, we're being told to be ready again.
Emergency Services has declared a total fire ban for 24 hours, with the mercury tipped to hit 35 degrees.
The Bureau of Meteorology has put out a fire weather warning, dry, windy conditions expected.
ACT Rural Fire Service's Joe Murphy says many parks and reserves will be closed.
Currently, there is an under control blaze burning at Giralang and a fire was put out yesterday in a backyard in Kaleen.