Suppression Forecast
Issued by NWS Cheyenne, WY

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Spot Forecast for Keystone...USFS
National Weather Service Cheyenne WY
912 PM MDT Tue Jul 25 2017

Forecast is based on request time of 2200 MDT on July 25.
If conditions become unrepresentative...contact the National Weather
Service.

Please contact our office at 307-772-2227, if you have questions or
concerns with this forecast.

.DISCUSSION...Abundant subtropical moisture will continue to spread
northward across the area through the period. Scattered showers and
thunderstorms will prevail, especially during the afternoon and
evening. Cooler temperatures, higher humidities and wetting rains
will aid in the fire suppression efforts. Aside from gusty and
erratic winds associated with the thunderstorms, winds will be light.

.REST OF TONIGHT...

Sky/weather.........Cloudy. Numerous rain showers late in the
                    evening. Isolated thunderstorms through the
                    night. Scattered rain showers after midnight.
CWR.................44 percent.
LAL.................3.
Min temperature.....Around 49.
Max humidity........100 percent.
WIND (20 FT)........Northwest winds 5 to 6 mph. Gusty and erratic
                    winds expected near thunderstorms.
Mixing height.......1800-2300 ft AGL.
Transport winds.....West around 7 mph.
Haines Index........2 or very low potential for large plume
                    dominated fire growth.

.WEDNESDAY...

Sky/weather.........Mostly cloudy. Scattered showers and
                    thunderstorms.
CWR.................31 percent.
LAL.................3.
Max temperature.....Around 64.
Min humidity........57 percent.
WIND (20 FT)........West winds around 6 mph shifting to the
                    northeast 6 to 8 mph in the afternoon.
                    Gusty and erratic winds expected near
                    thunderstorms.
Mixing height.......1900 ft AGL increasing to 4300 ft AGL in the
                    afternoon.
Transport winds.....Light and variable.
Haines Index........2 or very low potential for large plume
                    dominated fire growth.

.WEDNESDAY NIGHT...

Sky/weather.........Cloudy then becoming partly cloudy. Scattered
                    showers and thunderstorms in the evening,
                    then isolated showers and thunderstorms
                    after midnight.
CWR.................32 percent.
LAL.................3.
Min temperature.....Around 48.
Max humidity........96 percent.
WIND (20 FT)........Southeast winds 5 to 8 mph shifting to the
                    south 5 to 6 mph after midnight. Gusty and
                    erratic winds expected near thunderstorms.
Mixing height.......3500 ft AGL decreasing to 1400 ft AGL after
                    midnight.
Transport winds.....South around 10 mph.
Haines Index........2 or very low potential for large plume
                    dominated fire growth.

$$
Forecaster...Jamski
Requested by...Daron Reynolds
Type of request...WILDFIRE
.TAG 1712969.9/CYS
.EMAIL keystonefire2017@gmail.com



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