Spot Forecast Request
Issued by NWS Mobile, AL

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A SPOT FORECAST REQUEST HAS JUST BEEN RECEIVED FOR A WILDFIRE
NAMED "Jeff Friend Fire"

           PRIORITY:  IMMEDIATE
               DATE:  5/23/15
               TIME:  0715
       PROJECT NAME:  Jeff Friend Fire
       PROJECT TYPE:  WILDFIRE
  REQUESTING AGENCY:  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
REQUESTING OFFICIAL:  Brad Bailey
     REQUEST REASON:  WILDFIRE
                FAX:  (251) 540-7301
    EMERGENCY PHONE:  (228) 219-3937
           LOCATION:
              STATE:
               DLAT:   30.24901
               DLON:    87.8096
           EXPOSURE:  Flat
          FUEL TYPE:  Timber and Shrub
         SHELTERING:  PARTIAL
   BOTTOM ELEVATION:  10
      TOP ELEVATION:  50
       SIZE (ACRES):  20

WEATHER CONDITIONS AT PROJECT OR FROM NEARBY STATIONS
BONA1 ELEV=20 TIME=0617 WIND=NE@2G4 T=69 TW=64 RH=77 TD= N/A
KJKA ELEV=16 TIME=0655 WIND=NE@5 T=66 TW=62 RH=76 TD= CLEAR
 ELEV= TIME= WIND= T= TW= RH= TD=
 ELEV= TIME= WIND= T= TW= RH= TD=

...REMARKS...
Re-submitting this request, with corrected acreage.

Our main concern for this wildfire is the possibility of smoke and
fog impacting Highway 180 and residential areas to the north.

Please report forecast elements in one-hour increments.

Thanks for including Dewpoint in the data table of last nights Spot
Forecast.  Please include Dewpoint in the data table again today.

QUESTIONS:

1. Please include a Fog Potential Statement for tonight and tomorrow
morning. The statement should include Type of Fog, and Areal
Coverage.

2. What are the chances of a seabreeze occurring today  If so, please
note timeframe, wind direction, and the influence it may have on wind
speed at our location.

3. A combination of synoptic wind and landbreeze produced northerly
winds last night.  What are the chances of a landbreeze providing
northerly wind tonight

4. When will the next rain begin at our location, and how much
accumulation should we expect

5. RH was much lower than forecast overnight.  Does this have any
consequences for todays forecast

RAWS LOCATIONS:

BONA1  mile NW sheltered
KJKA 8 miles NE

...WEATHER PARAMETERS REQUESTED...
         SKY / WEATHER: 1,1,1
           TEMPERATURE: 1,1,1
     RELATIVE HUMIDITY: 1,1,1
          20 FOOT WIND: 1,1,1
CHANCE OF WETTING RAIN: 1,1,1
      SMOKE DISPERSION: 1,1,1

SITE:  MOB
OFILE:  20150523.JEFFF.02
TIMEZONE:  CST6CDT



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