Total fire bans have been issued across nine South Australian districts tomorrow, as “very strong northerly winds” cause dangerous fire weather conditions.
- Nine South Australian districts will be under total fire bans on Tuesday
- Strong northerly winds are expected to move across the state, most of which is “very dry”
- The Country Fire Service is urging the public to be vigilant and adhere to advice
Country Fire Service (CFS) State Duty Commander Scott Turner said the reason for fire bans “at this time of year” was the northerly winds forecast on Tuesday.
“We’re expecting wind gusts tomorrow coming from the north of the state up to 60 kilometres an hour, with the average gusts across the state being between 30 and 40…