It's colder than crap out today, especially compared to the 62 degrees we hit yesterday. There's also winds gusting at 50 mph.) Every time it gusts, I see the fire depress and then shoot up to the top. Is there any actual danger to burning in high winds? My draft is minimal. Even with a good wind, it's only .03. (I'm told .06 is optimal and 1.0 is overdraft, at least for my stove.) I'm thinking other than the extra wood burned, it's probably a non issue. It's just messing with my head a bit.