A variety of fire weather
indices are currently available to forecast the potential for "extreme fire danger" across North America.
PG&E is under pressure to prevent fire starts after downed power lines and other company equipment have been blamed for conflagrations that began during so-called fire weather
And already, we're seeing quite nasty fire weather
February 2017 saw a broad region with record fire weather
across central-eastern Australia.
He added that dry thunderstorms, which produce lightning but little rain, are expected for parts of the Rocky Mountain region, while the US Northwest has critical fire weather
conditions that include strong winds and low relative humidity.
The National Weather Service issued red flag warnings of critical fire weather
conditions through Saturday night, saying a series of dry low-pressure systems passing through the region could bring wind gusts of up to 35 mph (56 kph) that could turn small fires or even sparks into racing walls of flames.
The Oklahoma Forestry Services monitors fire weather
conditions daily.<br />
A number of bushfires sparked across the state of New South Wales on Saturday, with temperatures soaring above 39C in some areas as a heatwave advanced across the eastern states where the Bureau of Meteorology issued fire weather
Fine Fuel Moisture Code (FFMC) do Fire Weather
Authorities warned severe fire weather
including high temperatures and low humidity would continue to grow the fire and that control efforts would be hampered by strong Santa Ana winds.
All large wildfires burn under extreme fire weather
conditions which include drought, low humidity, high temperatures and, most importantly, wind.