The wind, which is predicted to increase from now up until 3pm, “may have a different impact” to the fire that has not progressed in size since about 11am. NSW RFS have received only a couple of reports of sheds lost in the fire. So far, there have been no reports on damages to dwelling or stock. Mr Osborne said there were a few sightseers near the fire, and advised individuals to say away if possible. “If these conditions come to fruition, it will put pressure on the southern end of the fire.