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Crews battling wildfires in Texas and Oklahoma are breathing for more hot windy weather.

There is another question, with "by air"

Texas governor Ricky Perry plans to survey the damage by air later today.

Thank you and happy new year.

Jersey
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I think breathe for means wait for here.

By air means by plane, or helicopter. They'll measure the extent of damage from the air.
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On the only website I can find with the first part of the phrase, it's "Crews battling wildfires in Texas and Oklahoma are bracing for more hot, windy weather".

And that should be "bracing themselves".

MrP
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Crews battling wildfires in Texas and Oklahoma are breathing for more hot windy weather.

This is a very strange sentence. Could it be "bracing for" -- "preparing for something bad or dangerous"? (More hot windy weather is going to make the wildfires worse.) As it is, the sentence doesn't sound very natural.
Yes, I agree with Khoff, that is why I was doubtful when replying. You breathe for something positive, a better condition like peace or life, not another wave of hot windy weather!
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