Total fire bans across five parts of NSW today
Strong westerly winds are expected to fan the flames of bushfires burning across the NSW mid-north coast as five total fire bans for parts of the state kick in today.
Dozens of blazes are still burning out of control despite firefighters working around the clock to battle 70 fires overnight.
Three watch and act alerts remain in place - in Forster, Stockyard Flat and Rumba Dump in the Tapin Tops National Park.
Conditions have eased at Gulf Road in Torrington, Hillville, and Wandsworth, as has the threat to homes from a bushfire in the Crowdy Bay National Park area.
Total fire bans are in place for north-eastern NSW today, with some areas forecast to reach Extreme fire danger. Under these conditions leaving early is the safest option for your survival.— NSW RFS (@NSWRFS) 7 November 2019
If you are not prepared to the highest level, leave early in the day. #nswrfs pic.twitter.com/ZYDRFCOULd