Rangeland Fire Danger Forecast
Issued by NWS Brownsville, TX

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FIRE DANGER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BROWNSVILLE TX
420 AM CST THU FEB 11 2016

...ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS ACROSS DEEP SOUTH TEXAS
TODAY...

A DRY AIR MASS REMAINS IN PLACE ACROSS DEEP SOUTH TEXAS AND THE
RIO GRANDE VALLEY TODAY. AT THE SAME TIME...LOW PRESSURE WILL MOVE
INTO NORTHERN TEXAS TODAY AND INTERACT WITH HIGH PRESSURE ACROSS
THE WESTERN GULF OF MEXICO. THE RESULT WILL BE AN INCREASE IN
SURFACE WINDS LATER THIS MORNING AND INTO THE AFTERNOON HOURS.
AFTERNOON HIGH TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO REACH THE LOWER TO
MIDDLE 80S ACROSS MOST OF DEEP SOUTH TEXAS. THIS WILL SET THE
STAGE FOR MINIMUM RELATIVE HUMIDITY VALUES TO DROP INTO THE TEENS
ACROSS AREAS WEST OF I-69C AND 20-35% EAST OF I-69C.

SOUTHERLY WINDS THIS AFTERNOON WILL REACH 10-15 MPH ACROSS THE
WESTERN HALF OF DEEP SOUTH TEXAS AND 20-25 MPH ACROSS THE EASTERN
HALF. ALL OF THESE CONDITIONS WILL COMBINE WITH DRY TO CRITICALLY
DRY FUELS TO CREATE ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS ACROSS ALL OF
DEEP SOUTH TEXAS AND THE RIO GRANDE VALLEY TODAY.

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