Increased Risk of Severe Bushfire Across All over New South Wales13-Nov-2014
The upcoming days seems to be really hard for New South Wales as very high risk of bushfire predicted by Rural Fire Service and even for Friday. Severe fire danger areas are Southern Riverina, Eastern Riverina, Southern Slopes, and Lower Central West Plains.
New South Wales Rural Fire Service advises the public to get prepared for bushfire protection as it has the potential to damage the homes and could threaten the lives.
“Matt Sun encourage everybody resided within bushfire susceptible locations to install a free Bush Fire Survival Plan from www.rfs.nsw.gov.au or click here to download."
Bureau of Meteorology forecasts the very hot and dry conditions for the Friday and significant fire damage warning for farmers and landholders. A temperature of 45C and wind gusts up to 60kph is expected for the four severe fire danger areas. The temperature of 40C along with high wind gusts is also expected for NSW other areas such as the Greater Sydney and Greater Hunter.
Wind gusts up to 80kph is expected for the west Blue Mountain areas with temperature of above 40 degree Celsius.
Due to high chances of bushfire risk, RFS imposed Total Fire Bans across five (Southern and Eastern Riverina, Lower Central Western Plains, Southern Slopes, Southern Ranges) New South Wales areas.
“Matt Sun” from the NSW Rural Fire Service advised people to remove the vegetation surrounding their property especially living in high-risk fire areas.
“The Commissioner stated that firefighters and disaster agencies will attempt everything they can to keep the people secure, but the people must also perform its role.”
“I highly advocate farm owners to organize their properties, examine firefighting hardware, secure gasoline, make sure hay bales are ventilated and give consideration to relocating inventory before Friday.”
“Discover whatever you should do in order to ready yourself, your loved ones and your property ahead a bushfire and understand what every single person in your family might do if a fire threatens.”
To stay up to date with bushfire alerts checkout www.rfs.nsw.gov.au or install the RFS application to remain in contact through the entire summertime.