A total fire ban has been advised for the Mid North for Thursday, with very hot, dry and windy conditions forecast.
The Country Fire Service (CFS) advises that the fire ban will apply for 24 hours from midnight Wednesday, to Midnight Thursday.
The Bureau of Meterology has forecast hot to very hot and dry with northeast to northwesterly winds increasing to around 30-45km/h during the morning and early afternoon.
CFS advise that TOTAL FIRE BANS have been declared for Thurs, 11 Jan 2018 in the Mid North, Mount Lofty Ranges and Lower South East Fire Ban Districts - SEVERE. For further information contact the Bushfire Information Hotline on 1300 362 361 or visit https://t.co/bWQqZPrkDl— Country Fire Service (@CFSAlerts) January 10, 2018
Possible thunderstorms can be expected in the west and near the southern coasts.
The CFS recommends that households should implement their bushfire survival plans.
Where fire ban districts have a forecast fire danger rating of severe, as the Mid North will on Thursday, well prepared and actively defended houses can offer safety during a fire.
Landowners are asked to adhere to local harvest codes of practice which are available from local council.
For further information, contact the Bushfire Information hotline on 1300 362 361 or visit the CFS website.