Temperature Spikes Alerting

The way temperature sensors handle readings does it make sense to make​ a CoRe a piston to detect a sudden spike in temperature (say 3 degrees in 10 minutes?) in order to detect possible fire / front door arsons?

I am aware that a better way to do this would be to install a proper smoke sensor but can this be used as an additional precautionary measure?

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3 degrees would probably be to tight and you have to keep the temperatures in Fahrenheit as there is a bug when using Celsius the sensors randomly read the temp in Fahrenheit which will trigger an alarm.
I used an alarming of below 32 Fahrenheit and above 100 Fahrenheit and never had an issue
unfortunately I now need Celsius (I do not want my new thermostat reading in Fahrenheit ) so I am waiting on an update.