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Day 1 and Day 2 Fire Weather Outlooks

Day 1 Fire Weather Forecast graphic

   ZCZC SPCFWDDY1 ALL
   FNUS21 KWNS 040858
   
   DAY 1 FIRE WEATHER OUTLOOK  
   NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
   0258 AM CST FRI NOV 04 2005
   
   VALID 041200Z - 051200Z
   
   ...NO CRITICAL AREAS...
   
   ...SYNOPSIS...
   BROAD UPPER TROUGH RESIDES OVER THE NATION TODAY WITH EMBEDDED
   SHORTWAVES MOVING THROUGH THE NORTHERN PLAINS/GREAT LAKES REGION AND
   THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. STRONG WESTERLY FLOW MAINTAINS WINDY AND WET
   CONDITIONS IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST...WITH HEAVY MOUNTAIN SNOW
   POSSIBLE. A COLD FRONT EXTENDS FROM THE GREAT LAKES REGION TO THE
   CENTRAL PLAINS...WITH SOUTHWEST FLOW AHEAD OF THE FRONT BRINGING
   MOISTURE NORTHWARD.  BY TONIGHT...SCATTERED SHOWERS AND
   THUNDERSTORMS MAY DEVELOP OVER PORTIONS OF THE OHIO VALLEY.
   
   ...SRN PLAINS...
   SURFACE WINDS FROM THE SOUTH/SOUTHWEST AT 15 TO 30 MPH ARE EXPECTED
   IN NORTHEAST TEXAS AND EASTERN OKLAHOMA THIS AFTERNOON. INCREASING
   LOW LEVEL MOISTURE WITH DEWPOINTS IN THE 40S TO LOWER 50S SUPPRESSES
   THE POTENTIAL OF CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS.
   
   ...WRN HIGH PLAINS...
   MILD TEMPERATURES EXTEND FROM THE SOUTHERN PLAINS /HIGHS IN THE 80S/
   NORTHWARD TOWARD WESTERN NEBRASKA /HIGHS IN THE 60S/. RELATIVELY DRY
   AIRMASS RESIDES OVER THE REGION WITH MINIMUM RH RANGING FROM 15 TO
   20 PERCENT OVER WEST TEXAS TO ABOUT 25 PERCENT IN SOUTHWEST
   NEBRASKA.  WEST TO SOUTHWEST WINDS OF 15 TO 25 MPH ACCOMPANY THE
   MODERATELY DRY CONDITIONS THIS AFTERNOON.
   
   ..BRIGHT.. 11/04/2005
   
   ...PLEASE SEE WWW.SPC.NOAA.GOV/FIRE FOR GRAPHIC PRODUCT...
   
      
Day 2 Fire Weather Forecast graphic

   ZCZC SPCFWDDY2 ALL
   FNUS22 KWNS 040927
   
   DAY 2 FIRE WEATHER OUTLOOK  
   NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
   0327 AM CST FRI NOV 04 2005
   
   VALID 051200Z - 061200Z
   
   ...NO CRITICAL AREAS...
   
   ...SYNOPSIS...
   LITTLE CHANGE OCCURS IN THE LARGE SCALE PATTERN AS LONG WAVE TROUGH
   REMAINS CENTERED OVER THE NATION AND STRONG WESTERLY FLOW CONTINUES
   TO IMPINGE UPON THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. AN EMBEDDED SHORTWAVE TROUGH
   MOVES EASTWARD AND DEEPENS OVER THE CENTRAL/NORTHERN PLAINS. THIS
   BRINGS A CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION TO THE NORTHEAST...AND SHOWERS AND
   THUNDERSTORMS ALONG/EAST OF A FRONTAL BOUNDARY FROM THE APPALACHIANS
   TO THE LOWER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY. GUSTY SOUTHWEST WINDS /15 TO 30
   MPH/ MAY DEVELOP OVER NORTHEAST TEXAS AND EASTERN OKLAHOMA SATURDAY
   AFTERNOON...BUT RH LEVELS /MINIMUM RH 30 TO 40 PERCENT/ REMAIN WELL
   ABOVE CRITICAL THRESHOLDS.
   
   ..BRIGHT.. 11/04/2005
   
   ...PLEASE SEE WWW.SPC.NOAA.GOV/FIRE FOR GRAPHIC PRODUCT...
   
      

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