Forecasters are warning windy and dry conditions could increase the risk of fires spreading in the leeward portions of each Hawaii island, just three weeks after a deadly wildfire ripped through Maui.

The National Weather Service (NWS) of Honolulu on Wednesday issued the Red Flag warning through Thursday afternoon for gusty winds and low humidity. Forecasters noted the wind gusts will not be as strong as Aug, 8, when the wildfires broke out on Maui and burned through thousands of acres of land, especially in the historic town of Lahaina.