WARRICK CO., Ind. (WEHT) — After roughly three weeks, counties on the Indiana side of the Tri-State are no longer under a burn ban. Many of the burn bans were issued because of July’s early dry conditions and low rainfall.

But now with more rain washing across the Tri-State, the bans are no longer necessary.

If you’re a Posey or Spencer County resident, your ban was lifted a week ago. Both bans were lifted on July 19.

Less than a week later, Warrick County lifted their ban on Monday. Just a few hours later, Perry County lifted their ban too.

As for Vanderburgh County, that ban was lifted Wednesday morning.