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Day 2 Fire Weather Outlook
NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
1222 AM CST Thu Jan 19 2017

Valid 201200Z - 211200Z

...NO CRITICAL AREAS...

...Synopsis...
While one mid-level impulse lifts northeast across the central
Plains, another will move onshore the central/southern California
coast. In response, broad cyclonic flow aloft should overspread the
western two-thirds of the contiguous US. The surface pattern will
feature a cyclone lifting northeast from OK towards the mid Missouri
Valley. Farther west, a cold front will push eastward across
southern CA and AZ.

...Portions of the southern Plains...
Related to the central US impulse, a channel of strong
west/southwesterly flow aloft will overspread west TX and much of
OK. This enhanced flow will combine with a tight surface pressure
gradient to encourage southwesterly winds around 25-35 mph
sustained. While these winds may promote some elevated fire-weather
concerns, surface temperatures in the windiest areas will likely
remain in the 50s/60s, as modest cooling aloft occurs. In turn, RH
values are likely to remain above 20-25 percent in most locations.
Considering the marginal state of fuels, these meteorological
conditions do not warrant an elevated area at this time.

..Picca.. 01/19/2017

...Please see www.spc.noaa.gov/fire for graphic product...

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