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Volunteer fire fighters Matt Leonard, Jamie Schulhin, Dennis Harding and Charlotte Adams prepare
for this week's extreme fire conditions.
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FIREFIGHTERS will be on high
alert this week as weather conditions
present the highest fire danger
Canberra has faced in four years.
A total fire ban came into force
from midnight on Monday, with
strong winds and a top of 38 degrees
forecast for Tuesday.
ACT Rural Fire Service Chief
Officer Andrew Stark said more than
200 staff and volunteers were at the
"It certainly is the highest fire
danger we've had this year and in
fact the highest fire danger we've
probably experienced for four sea-
sons," he said.
Mr Stark said Canberrans needed
to be prepared for a possible fire.
"You don't want to wait until a
fire starts to think about what you're
going to do," he said.
"People should be getting out the
plans they've created, dusting them
off and having those conversations
with their family and friends and
their neighbours about how prepared
they are for bushfires.
"On days like [Tuesday] fires can
break out anywhere and develop
As of Monday, two fires burning
in Namadgi National Park and a
third near Rendezvous Creek were
being controlled by fire crews.
All fires were started by lightning
"Lightning's one of those difficult
things ... unfortunately it's one of
those factors, particularly in hot
summer periods like we have here
where we get a thunderstorm build
up but all it brings is lightning and
not much rain," Mr Stark said.
Weatherzone meteorologist Rob
Sharpe expected the capital to avoid
many of the storms being experi-
enced across the country over the
next week, hopefully escaping the
threat of fire from lightning strikes.
"Storms are pretty unlikely
because it's such a dry air mass, so
there's very little moisture to pro-
duce any storms, particularly over
inland parts such as Canberra," Mr
"Rain isn't in the forecast until
Sunday when you've got isolated
showers in the morning."
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