Tinderbox conditions in the North York Moors National Park have forced the Authority to call its second fire alert in three months.
A fire alert was called now because of dry conditions following a warning from The Met Office.
This week The Met Office Rainfall and Evaporation Calculation System showed stress levels of 0.54 compared to 0.80 in May.
National Park Rangers are putting up fire risk notices and visitors are asked to be extra vigilant because of the increased risk of moorland and forest fires.
The fire risk signs will remain in place until the danger passes.
The key message from the Park’s Rangers is - enjoy the Park but be extra careful.