It’s already been a hot start to the young summer season in Missouri. And, forecasters are predicting warmer-than-normal and drier-than-normal conditions this Summer, possibly adding on to moderate to severe drought conditions since early spring. If the drought continues, it would probably hurt farmers in the state the worst. But University of Missouri weather expert Anthony Lupo also worries what dry conditions will mean for the danger of wildfires this Summer, and into the Fall and Winter.