Looks like the flint is growing thin for the Foa Foa. This could mean trouble for warmth and cooking. It was getting low before they evicted Ben, now is almost gone because of the problems getting fire started and the kindling is damp. Both tribes may have the same problem if they get lots of rain. once the fire gets started they some one to keep it going.
With 2 major problems, very little flint and massive rain storms the cast-a-ways can’t boil water. Hopefully the tribes no how to set up a funnel collection system and collect all the rain they can since it is fresh water and won’t need boiled. Fruits will be the only foods if they can withstand going out in the rain and wind and get it. No fire means no meat to cook.
I grew up in Pennsylvania and always enjoyed playing out in the cold snowy weather while I was growing up. Winter sports are major income makers for the northern areas of the Northern Hemispehre. Alaska has a 30 day night time cycle. Extreme weather is not new, but adapting to it is where the problems are and our cast-a-ways now have to deal with it. Anyone like sitting under a waterfall? Try doing it for 2 straight days or longer!