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‘Erratic’ bushfire creates its own weather system, threatens homes as NSW residents shelter

‘Erratic’ bushfire creates its own weather system, threatens homes as NSW residents shelter

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A giant, out-of-control blaze has been fuelling dangerous fire-generated thunderstorms as residents in northern NSW scramble to shelter from the inferno.

The fast-spreading Duck Creek Pilliga Forest bushfire was burning about 20km south of the town of Narrabri — home to more than 12,000 people — and a similar distance from Boggabri to the east on Tuesday morning.

The fire had burned through more than 110,000ha and authorities warned embers from the blaze were being blown well ahead of its front, causing a danger to homes.

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Overnight it generated a thunderstorm from a pyro-cumulonimbus cloud system to the southeast, causing dangerous and erratic fire behaviour, the NSW Rural Fire Service said.

Residents of Baan Baa, Willala, Goolhi, Rocky Glen and Stannix Park were told their lives were at risk and it was too late to leave, and they should seek shelter and avoid being caught in the open in the fire’s path.

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Narrabri Shire mayor Darrell Tiemens, who spent the night fighting the fire with other volunteers, said the blaze grew “very, very quickly” and had created its own weather system.

“Luckily, I don’t think we’ve had any homes lost yet — although we just don’t know,” he told AAP.

Council staff and other workers had been doing 24-hour shifts to keep services online as the bushfire caused power outages along many local roads, Tiemens said.

“Hopefully rain later this evening will bring a reprieve, it’s just very unpredictable,” he said.

The temperature was forecast to hit 36C in Narrabri on Tuesday, however showers and a possible thunderstorm were expected in the afternoon and evening.

Evacuation centres have been set up at Narrabri and Gunnedah.

A large out-of-control bushfire in northwest NSW remains at emergency warning level. Credit: Dean Lewins/AAP

RFS spokesman Greg Allan said the bushfire had been fanned by northerly winds overnight and during the morning, pushing the blaze to the south.

“The fire is likely to stay at emergency warning level for some time,” he said.

It was unsafe for building-assessment teams to access the fire ground and work out if any properties had been damaged or destroyed, Allan said.

Smoke from the fire on Monday could be seen across an area spanning hundreds of kilometres, including Tamworth, Walcha, Armidale and coastal communities near Port Macquarie.

There were 63 fires burning across the state on Tuesday morning, including 15 that were yet to be contained.

More than 450 firefighters and other personnel were working to control the blazes in easing conditions for the north of the state.

No total fire bans applied, but a high fire danger rating was in place for an area stretching from Sydney west to the Victorian border.

Temperatures in the mid-30s or above were forecast for Sydney, parts of the mid-north coast, and northwest and central-west slopes and plains.

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