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Providing meteorological support to wildland fire management agencies for the protection of life and property.
Weather

Weather is one of the most significant factors in determining the severity of wildland fires.  Weather elements such as wind speed, temperature, and relative humidity directly impact the rate and intensity of a fire.  For a detailed 48 hour graph of your your area of interest for temperature, dew point, wind, relative humidity, sky cover, weather and precipitation potential  >> CLICK HERE <<

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Spot Fire Weather Forecasts are non-routine specific point forecasts prepared for any legitimate Federal, State, County, or municipal government agency for a prescribed fire or wildland fire that has the potential of affecting life and property.

Haines Index

Fuels and Drought Indices
10 hour dead fuel
100 hour dead fuel
1000 hour dead fuel
Visual Greeness
Palmer Drought Index
Keetch-Byram Drought
Rainfall
Weekly Rainfall
Monthly Rainfall
3 Month Rainfall
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