Is there any hard and fast rule for placing a coordinate adjective that is modified by an adverb first in a set or series of such adjectives?
For example, I want to describe a special type of fire. I could say, "Extremely hot, flowing yellowish-green flames began to come off of the wood," or I could say, "Flowing, extremely hot yellowish-green flames began to come off of the wood." The former obviously sounds much better due to the adverb hanging in between in the latter, and I am aware that "flowing," in this case, could serve as a cumulative adjective; however, in this special instance, I am describing the flames as "extremely hot and flowing" or "so extremely hot that it flows like liquid." The flowing nature of the flames is due to the high amount of pure heat, so I am NOT describing "flowing flames that are extremely hot." I am describing "extremely hot, FLOWING flames."