Bone dry conditions combined with high winds will boost the potential for wildfire to very high levels starting early Sunday. Peter Goldmark, Commissioner of Public Lands says "This weekend we will see dry fuels and high winds that give us two of the three elements that start a catastrophic wildfire. The third element is the tiniest spark." Goldmark is asking residents of counties east of the Cascade Mountains to take extra care this weekend to avoid any risk of providing that spark. Winds of up to 40 miles per hour are predicted, starting Sunday through Monday, from the eastern slopes of the Cascade Mountains to the state's eastern border.