Land Management Forecasts
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ECCDA DISCUSSIONS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE EUREKA CA
323 AM PDT THU SEP 21 2017

ECC001-220430-
FORTUNA DISPATCH-
DISCUSSION FOR FORTUNA DISPATCH
323 AM PDT THU SEP 21 2017


COOL WEATHER WITH HIGH HUMIDITIES WILL PERSIST
THROUGH FRIDAY AS A COLD UPPER TROUGH FROM THE GULF OF ALASKA
DROPS SOUTH AND SLOWLY TRANSITIONS EASTWARD INTO THE GREAT BASIN
TONIGHT. THE BULK OF THE RAIN HAS COME TO AN END, HOWEVER A
WEAK TROUGH OFFSHORE THE SW OREGON COAST MAY GENERATE ISOLATED
LIGHT SHOWERS OVER THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS THIS AFTERNOON.  A WEAK
DISTURBANCE IN NORTHERLY FLOW BEHIND THE MAIN POOL OF COLD AIR
ALOFT WILL CLIP THE EASTERN FRINGES OF TRINITY COUNTY FRIDAY MORNING.
THIS DISTURBANCE IS DRY AND NO SHOWERS ARE EXPECTED. IT WILL MAINTAIN
COOL WEATHER FOR AT LEAST ONE MORE DAY. A WARMING TREND IS EXPECTED TO
COMMENCE THIS WEEKEND AND LAST THROUGH THE EARLY PORTION OF NEXT WEEK.
GUSTY EAST AND NORTHEAST WINDS WILL DEVELOP FOR THE EXPOSED COASTAL
RIDGES AS EARLY AS FRIDAY NIGHT AND CONTINUE EACH NIGHT/EARLY MORNING
THROUGH EARLY NEXT WEEK. HUMIDITIES ARE EXPECTED TO TREND DOWNWARD
THIS WEEKEND AS WELL. THE UPPER LEVEL RIDGE WILL HOLD THROUGH MID
NEXT WEEK, ENSURING SEVERAL CONSECUTIVE DAYS OF DRY WEATHER WITH
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES. THE RIDGE WILL START TO WEAKEN TOWARD
THE LATTER PORTION OF THE WEEK AND TEMPERATURES SHOULD START TO
TREND DOWN. RAIN CHANCES ARE LOOKING QUITE BLEAK NEXT WEEK.

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ECC006-220430-
HOWARD FOREST DISPATCH-
DISCUSSION FOR HOWARD FOREST DISPATCH
323 AM PDT THU SEP 21 2017


COOL WEATHER WITH HIGH HUMIDITIES WILL PERSIST
THROUGH FRIDAY AS A COLD UPPER TROUGH FROM THE GULF OF ALASKA
DROPS SOUTH AND SLOWLY TRANSITIONS EASTWARD INTO THE GREAT BASIN
TONIGHT. THE BULK OF THE RAIN HAS COME TO AN END, HOWEVER A
WEAK TROUGH OFFSHORE THE SW OREGON COAST MAY GENERATE ISOLATED
LIGHT SHOWERS OVER THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS THIS AFTERNOON.  A WEAK
DISTURBANCE IN NORTHERLY FLOW BEHIND THE MAIN POOL OF COLD AIR
ALOFT WILL CLIP THE EASTERN FRINGES OF TRINITY COUNTY FRIDAY MORNING.
THIS DISTURBANCE IS DRY AND NO SHOWERS ARE EXPECTED. IT WILL MAINTAIN
COOL WEATHER FOR AT LEAST ONE MORE DAY. A WARMING TREND IS EXPECTED TO
COMMENCE THIS WEEKEND AND LAST THROUGH THE EARLY PORTION OF NEXT WEEK.
GUSTY EAST AND NORTHEAST WINDS WILL DEVELOP FOR THE EXPOSED COASTAL
RIDGES AS EARLY AS FRIDAY NIGHT AND CONTINUE EACH NIGHT/EARLY MORNING
THROUGH EARLY NEXT WEEK. HUMIDITIES ARE EXPECTED TO TREND DOWNWARD
THIS WEEKEND AS WELL. THE UPPER LEVEL RIDGE WILL HOLD THROUGH MID
NEXT WEEK, ENSURING SEVERAL CONSECUTIVE DAYS OF DRY WEATHER WITH
ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES. THE RIDGE WILL START TO WEAKEN TOWARD
THE LATTER PORTION OF THE WEEK AND TEMPERATURES SHOULD START TO
TREND DOWN. RAIN CHANCES ARE LOOKING QUITE BLEAK NEXT WEEK.

$$



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