Wind is blowing hard outsided. temp is in upper 40's. and my stove is drafting like mad. I have a clay chimney and since it's oversized for the stove, it usually does OK bbut nothing like this. When I started the fire a couple hours ago there was no wind so it burn ed normal. I reloaded it about 30 minutes ago and the wind has been really blowing outside. It seems to have increased my draft substantially. First thought I had was chimney fire but I checked outside and nosigns of such. I engaged the cat and my fire box was still full of flame....FULL of yellow flame. burning 2 year seasoned oak and elm. 4 larg splits on a bed of coals. Stove surface temp 550. I have reduced the air intake and it's still burning crazy. Only thing I can figure is the high wind is contributing to the draft. According to my chimney guy my chimney is 28 feet. External (end of the house) brick chimney.