Fire Danger Adjective Descriptions

fire-sign-low.pngLOW Fires are not easily started. Fuels do not ignite readily from small firebrands, although, a more intense ignition source, such as lightning, may start fires in snagsĀ or punky wood. Fires in open cured grassland may burn freely a few hours after rain, butĀ fires burning in forested areas spread slowly by creeping or smoldering and burn in irregular fingers. There is also a danger of spotting.