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BURNING AUSTRALIA! UPDATE Pg 46: 'Liquid gold' and 'a sight for sore eyes' are some of the ways people are describing the rainfall

 
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Thousands are told to find shelter NOW as bushfires approach - while Sydney faces a nervous wait with 'catastrophic' conditions set to get WORSE and the PM warns our darkest hours are ahead
Sydney region is facing 'catastrophic' fire conditions for the first time ever amid 37C heat and large winds
Sydneysiders woke up to a smokey but calm morning with two infernos under control but it could get worse
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on the radio this morning that we are in the 'calm before the storm'
There are 50 fires burning in each of NSW and Queensland with up to 20,000 firefighters deployed
By CHARLIE MOORE FOR DAILY MAIL AUSTRALIA

PUBLISHED: 12:20 AEDT, 12 November 2019 | UPDATED: 15:34 AEDT, 12 November 2019



Fire danger will increase this afternoon as 37C heat, 90kmh winds and dry air create 'catastrophic' conditions around Sydney - as thousands on the mid-north coast are told it is too late to leave their homes.

There are more than 50 blazes in each of New South Wales and Queensland with up to 20,000 firefighters trying stop them spreading as the Army prepares to evacuate residents by helicopter if their lives are in danger.

Sydneysiders woke up to a smoky but calm morning with two infernos - one in the Hawkesbury and another in the Blue Mountains - under control.

But fire bosses warned against complacency and said the fires are likely to spread throughout the day, potentially threatening 100,000 homes around the Harbour City.

Between 1pm and 2.30pm today the number of fires under emergency status in mid-north NSW rapidly increased from five to ten as firefighters brace for 'really long night' when winds pick up after dark.

'The reality is conditions will simply continue to get worse and deteriorate over the coming hours,' said Rural Fire Service Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons.

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serious question. do you guys have these kind of fires more in the spring or in the fall?

i know the seasons are reversed there so that's why i'm asking
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I recognize the colour of the sky from here and it was always a bad thing. Prayers for those folks overthere.
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Pin, pin, pin!
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serious question. do you guys have these kind of fires more in the spring or in the fall?

i know the seasons are reversed there so that's why i'm asking
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always in summer... this one is to vast and in the wrong area for this time of year... unheard of...

we're about to go full fire season here in WA...

it's on the news 24/7 here.. QLD and NSW..

seek shelter... homes destroyed.. people evacuating...

3 dead, 150 homes destroyed and counting, over 300 hospitalised...

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Hats off to the firies, keep safe people, Godspeed!
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Hats off to the firies, keep safe people, Godspeed!
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my uncle is a firey, he's there right now...

20 towns? too late to leave, shelter in place orders...

airlifts in progress...

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hmmm.. 1 star bandit?

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one star been first on every thread today, wouldn't you love a chance to giv em a bollocking...
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people are now land locked

power/water/gas.... off for thousands isolating them...

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how are your fires started? there were reports of fires in CA starting from the ground up, like earth overheating underneath from plate movements, anything like that reported? ...also burning extremely hot, and the tops of trees not burning, no sign of sparks or even "beams"5a
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Bout time we got some xecent doom down here.

Aus is always left out of the best dooms.
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Hats off to the firies, keep safe people, Godspeed!
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my uncle is a firey, he's there right now...

20 towns? too late to leave, shelter in place orders...

airlifts in progress...
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Holy shit, sounds like they've been abandoned until the fire has passed...
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Bout time we got some xecent doom down here.

Aus is always left out of the best dooms.
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OH NO!!! Nimbin is in trouble!!! double doom!!!!

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I was a firey too CP and live on the NSW south coast, which up to the present has been free of bushfires. I did a reconnoitre of fuel loading and it is abysmal and tinder dry. One spark and it's on down here too, we haven't had a firestorm in twenty years but I think that is about to change.
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Bout time we got some xecent doom down here.

Aus is always left out of the best dooms.
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OH NO!!! Nimbin is in trouble!!! double doom!!!!

source: ABC news live now...
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Cool.

Everyone will cicrcle.the town breathing in heavily...
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I was a firey too CP and live on the NSW south coast, which up to the present has been free of bushfires. I did a reconnoitre of fuel loading and it is abysmal and tinder dry. One spark and it's on down here too, we haven't had a firestorm in twenty years but I think that is about to change.
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strange days indeed...
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Bout time we got some xecent doom down here.

Aus is always left out of the best dooms.
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you want down under doom? after the pole shift 2/3 of australia will be underwater, according to those "future maps" on them internetsufo56
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india, yer goin under too according to those maps
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Hats off to the firies, keep safe people, Godspeed!
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I find it very charming how y’all call them “firies”
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Bout time we got some xecent doom down here.

Aus is always left out of the best dooms.
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you want down under doom? after the pole shift 2/3 of australia will be underwater, according to those "future maps" on them internetsufo56
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Awesome.

Most of Aus is pointless desert so no great loss.
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Fire Jihad, again.
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Bout time we got some xecent doom down here.

Aus is always left out of the best dooms.
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you want down under doom? after the pole shift 2/3 of australia will be underwater, according to those "future maps" on them internetsufo56
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Awesome.

Most of Aus is pointless desert so no great loss.
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That's the only bit that will be left.
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How are the fires starting?
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On ground zero

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people are now land locked

power/water/gas.... off for thousands isolating them...
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Satan knows his time is short...and he's burning mad!
Prayers and safety to all involved.
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Wow, that's horrible, OP. huh
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I was a firey too CP and live on the NSW south coast, which up to the present has been free of bushfires. I did a reconnoitre of fuel loading and it is abysmal and tinder dry. One spark and it's on down here too, we haven't had a firestorm in twenty years but I think that is about to change.
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strange days indeed...
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I live south of Coffs Harbour nsw been checking the situation hourly fires south and west never seen these fires at this time of year. Have been packing in case of need to run we are in the country bordering the state forest. Apparently Tuesday will be a big day





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