Rangeland Fire Danger Forecast
Issued by NWS Aberdeen, SD

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Rangeland Fire Danger Statement
National Weather Service Aberdeen SD
415 AM CDT Tue Sep 26 2017

.DISCUSSION...

The scattered showers across the east will lift out of the region
through this morning as the responsible upper level system moves
away. Otherwise, expect decreasing clouds from west to east today
and tonight with mostly sunny skies on Wednesday. It will remain
cool today with mid 50s to the lower 60s for highs. The relative
humidity will be high today ranging from 50 to 80 percent across the
region by late this afternoon. Wednesday will be warmer and drier
with highs in the upper 60s and lower 70s bringing the relative
humidity to 30 to 50 percent by late afternoon.

SDZ003-015-033-045-048-262315-
Corson-Dewey-Stanley-Jones-Lyman-
Including the cities of McIntosh, Isabel, Mission Ridge, Murdo,
and Kennebec
415 AM CDT Tue Sep 26 2017 /315 AM MDT Tue Sep 26 2017/

...LOW FIRE DANGER...

The grassland fire danger index will reach the low category
this afternoon. Favorable weather conditions or a high moisture
content of grasses and other dry organic material on the
ground indicate that the probability of a fire occurrence is
low. Outdoor burning under these conditions can usually be
performed with reasonable safety precautions.

The outlook for Wednesday afternoon...The grassland fire danger
index will reach the moderate category.


$$

MNZ039-046-SDZ004>011-016>023-034>037-051-262315-
Traverse-Big Stone-Campbell-McPherson-Brown-Marshall-Roberts-
Walworth-Edmunds-Day-Potter-Faulk-Spink-Clark-Codington-Grant-Hamlin-
Deuel-Sully-Hughes-Hyde-Hand-Buffalo-
Including the cities of Wheaton, Ortonville, Herreid, Eureka,
Aberdeen, Britton, Sisseton, Mobridge, Ipswich, Webster, Gettysburg,
Faulkton, Redfield, Clark, Watertown, Milbank, Hayti, Clear Lake,
Onida, Pierre, Highmore, Miller, and Fort Thompson
415 AM CDT Tue Sep 26 2017

...LOW FIRE DANGER...

The grassland fire danger index will reach the low category
this afternoon. Favorable weather conditions or a high moisture
content of grasses and other dry organic material on the
ground indicate that the probability of a fire occurrence is
low. Outdoor burning under these conditions can usually be
performed with reasonable safety precautions.

The outlook for Wednesday afternoon...The grassland fire danger
index will reach the low category.


$$

Mohr



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