08/24/2018 – Australia – Summer 2019-2020, unrepresented fires!!! Ten times worse than what happened in Southern California in December 2017, there will be many, 100’s of wildfires burning at the same time. The worse of the wildfires will start in November 2019 and last for 5 months. This will be the country’s hottest and driest year on record.

Confirmed 09/20/2019 – Australian wildfires devastating the Australian states of Queensland and New South Wales.

Confirmed 11/20/2019 – A large fire broke out on Yorke Peninsula and threatened the towns of Yorketown and Edithburgh. It destroyed at least 11 homes and burnt approximately 5,000 hectares (12,000 acres). The fire was believed to have started from a sparking electrical transformer.

Confirmed 01/03/2020 – Record-breaking temperatures and months of severe drought have fueled a series of massive bush-fires across Australia. The fires, burning since September, have intensified over the past week, with a number towns evacuated. High temperatures and strong winds are forecast for the weekend, creating further fire risk.

Confirmed 01/06/2020 – Fueled by a lengthy and intensifying drought, an early kickoff to fire season in the Australian states of Queensland and New South Wales began in September 2019 and continues into 2020. Upwards of 100 wildfires have devastated Australia’s southeast coast.