GFMC: Bush and Forest Fires in Australia, 7 November  2000

Bush and Forest Fires in Australia

7 November 2000


The Australian Bureau of Meteorology is the National Meteorological Service for Australia and provides essential meteorological services to all sectors of the Australian community.

Northern Territory Fire Danger
High to very high over the Alice Springs region. Moderate to high north of the
Alice Springs region.

Western Australia Fire Danger
CENTRAL WEST – High
LOWER WEST: – Moderate
CENTRAL WHEATBELT – High
GREAT SOUTHERN – Moderate to High
SOUTHWEST – Moderate; Comments: Isolated showers. Fire danger low where significant rain has fallen.
SOUTH COASTAL – High; Comments: Isolated showers. Fire danger low where significant rain has fallen.

TOWN OF PORT HEDLAND – High to Very High
SHIRE OF ROEBOURNE – Very High
SHIRE OF ASHBURTON – Very High
SHIRE OF EAST PILBARA – High to Very High
KIMBERLEY –  High

 

For more informations on Australia see the IFFN country notes and also have a look at the Austalian and New Zealand links.


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