Spot Forecast Request
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A SPOT FORECAST REQUEST HAS BEEN RECEIVED FOR INCIDENT TYPE
PRESCRIBED NAMED "CPT O-07"

       REQUEST TYPE:  IMMEDIATE
               DATE:  02/22/18
               TIME:  0700
       DELIVER DATE:  02/22/18
       DELIVER TIME:  0602
        SUBMIT DATE:  02/22/18
        SUBMIT TIME:  0602
       PROJECT NAME:  CPT O-07
       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:  30.4745
               DLON:  88.7803
               CLON:  -88.7803
                FAX:  228-497-9612
           EXPOSURE:  Flat
          FUEL TYPE:  GrassShrubTimber
         SHELTERING:  partial
   BOTTOM ELEVATION:  5
      TOP ELEVATION:  90
       SIZE (ACRES):  200
 REQUESTING HYSPLIT:  NO
             FORMAT:  T
           INTERVAL:  1,1,1,1

WEATHER CONDITION AT INCIDENT OR NEARBY STATIONS
KPQL        [02/22/18 0600] WB=70 Temp=70 Elev=16 Rmks=15 miles ESE
                            of burn site. Td=67 RH=90 Wind=6@SE
                            Wx=Fog
KBIX        [02/22/18 0545] WB=70 Temp=72 Sky=Ptly Cldy Elev=33
                            Rmks=10 miles SW   of burn site. Td=70
                            RH=94 Wind=7@SE
TS629       [02/22/18 0545] WB=70 Temp=71 Elev=125 Rmks=Gust 7 mph.
                            Sheltered.   13 miles   NNE of burn
                            site. Td=70 RH=95 Wind=3@ESE
SHCM6       [02/22/18 0545] WB=71 Temp=71 Elev=25 Rmks=Gusts 7 mph.
                            7 miles ESE   of burn site. Td=70 RH=98
                            Wind=2@ESE

...REMARKS...
QUESTIONS:
...........
1. Please include a Fog
Potential Statement for
tonight and tomorrow
morning, including
Areal Coverage and
Intensity of Fog.
Recent Spot Forecasts
have suggested that
elevated nighttime wind
speeds have helped
mitigate the risk of
fog somewhat.  With
wind speed back in the
3-7 mph range for
Thursday night, will
this increase the risk
of fog?
...............
2. Pressure gradients
have been tight enough
to maintain southerly
flow the past couple of
nights, even when wind
speed dropped below 5
mph.  Do you expect
this to continue
tonight and tomorrow
morning?
.................
3. What are the chances
of a seabreeze causing
an augmentation of wind
speed, or a change in
wind direction today?
If so, what timeframe
is this most likely to
happen? We have noticed
a slight but tactically
important shift from SE
to SSE or even due S
around noon the past
few days.




...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:  0,0,0,0
        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: 1802341.0
TIMEZONE: CST6CDT


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