Spot Forecast Request
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A SPOT FORECAST REQUEST HAS BEEN RECEIVED FOR INCIDENT TYPE
PRESCRIBED NAMED "CPT G-12"

       REQUEST TYPE:  IMMEDIATE
               DATE:  12/14/17
               TIME:  1800
       DELIVER DATE:  12/14/17
       DELIVER TIME:  1800
        SUBMIT DATE:  12/14/17
        SUBMIT TIME:  1601
       PROJECT NAME:  CPT G-12
       PROJECT TYPE:  PRESCRIBED
     REQUEST REASON:  IAMS
  REQUESTING AGENCY:  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
REQUESTING OFFICIAL:  Scott Saucier
    EMERGENCY PHONE:  228-219-3937
              EMAIL:  SCOTT_SAUCIER@FWS.GOV
              STATE:  MS
               DLAT:  30.4122
               DLON:  88.6889
               CLON:  -88.6889
                FAX:  228-497-9612
           EXPOSURE:  Flat
          FUEL TYPE:  GrassShrubTimber
         SHELTERING:  partial
   BOTTOM ELEVATION:  5
      TOP ELEVATION:  50
       SIZE (ACRES):  500
 REQUESTING HYSPLIT:  NO
             FORMAT:  T
           INTERVAL:  1,1,1,1

WEATHER CONDITION AT INCIDENT OR NEARBY STATIONS
SHCM6       [12/14/17 1445] WB=52 Temp=59 Sky=Mstly Cldy Elev=25
                            Rmks=3 miles NE of   burn site. Td=45
                            RH=60 Wind=2@SW

...REMARKS...
Please report forecast
elements in 1-hour
increments.
...................
MAIN CONCERN: Tomorrow
we are burning just
south of I-10, so we
need to know if there
is any possibility of
southerly wind
tomorrow, tomorrow
night, or Saturday
morning.
...................
QUESTIONS:
..................
1. Please include a Fog
Potential Statement for
tonight, tomorrow
morning, tomorrow
night, and Saturday
morning, including
density of fog and
areal coverage.
....................
2. What are the chances
of a seabreeze or any
other southerly wind
occurring tomorrow,
tomorrow night, or
Saturday morning?  If
so, please note
timeframe, direction,
and the influence it
may have on wind speed
at our location.
......................
3. According to the
PointAndClick Forecast
wind may become light
around sunset Friday,
then increase slightly
and remain at 5mph
through the night.  It
would be great if we
could count on
northerly wind staying
active all night and
keeping smoke away from
I-10.  What are the
chances of at least a
light northerly flow
remaining in place
Friday night and early
Saturday morning?
.....................
4. When is the next
rain expected at our
location, and what
amount should we
expect?


...WEATHER PARAMETERS REQUESTED...
            TEMPERATURE:  1,1,1,1
               DEWPOINT:  1,1,1,1
                  LVORI:  1,1,1,1
               HUMIDITY:  1,1,1,1
        RAINFALL AMOUNT:  1,1,1,1
            SKY/WEATHER:  1,1,1,1
MIXING HEIGHT (KM OR M):  1,1,1,1
             HEAT INDEX:  1,1,1,1
        TRANSPORT WINDS:  0,0,0,0
  TRANSPORT WINDS (M/S):  1,1,1,1
          MIXING HEIGHT:  0,0,0,0
           WIND (20 FT):  1,1,1,1
CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION:  1,1,1,1

SITE: LIX
OFILE: 1720000.0
TIMEZONE: CST6CDT



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