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TWO reports were made today for the Scone Mountain fire ground, one this morning from Noblet Road and another this afternoon from Figtree Gully.
THE steady rain on Thursday night was a welcome relief to douse the fire ground,
ALTHOUGH only a sprinkle of rain has made its way to Scone, the cooler conditions and cloud cover are a welcome relief for firefighters and residents.
THE NSW Rural Fire Services have just confirmed the Scone Mountain fire has broken the northern containment line and is headed east to Glen Creek Road.
TODAY is predicted to be the worst day for the fire on Scone Mountain, with the highest danger between 10am and 8pm.
RESIDENTS in Widden Close, Scone thought the country behind them was largely burnt out but were surprised how quickly a spot fire took hold yesterday evening.
THE NSW Rural Fire Service has just issued an alert for Widden Close, Scone, which backs onto Scone Mountain area.
NSW Rural Fire Service said the fire has burnt down to Gundy Road in several places including the intersection of Segenhoe Road and to the east,