Spot Forecast Request
Issued by NWS New Orleans/Baton Rouge, LA

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A SPOT FORECAST REQUEST HAS BEEN RECEIVED FOR INCIDENT TYPE
PRESCRIBED NAMED "CPT G-13W-14-12"

       REQUEST TYPE:  IMMEDIATE
               DATE:  02/24/17
               TIME:  1800
       DELIVER DATE:  02/24/17
       DELIVER TIME:  1700
        SUBMIT DATE:  02/24/17
        SUBMIT TIME:  1558
       PROJECT NAME:  CPT G-13W-14-12
       PROJECT TYPE:  PRESCRIBED
     REQUEST REASON:  IAMS
  REQUESTING AGENCY:  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
REQUESTING OFFICIAL:  Scott Saucier
    EMERGENCY PHONE:  228-219-3937, 228-497-5780 x21
              EMAIL:  SCOTTSAUCIER314@YAHOO.COM
              STATE:  LA
               DLAT:  30.4161
               DLON:  88.6968
               CLON:  -88.6968
                FAX:  228-497-9612
           EXPOSURE:  Flat
          FUEL TYPE:  GrassShrubTimber
         SHELTERING:  partial
   BOTTOM ELEVATION:  5
      TOP ELEVATION:  70
       SIZE (ACRES):  700
 REQUESTING HYSPLIT:  NO
             FORMAT:  T
           INTERVAL:  1,1,1,1

WEATHER CONDITION AT INCIDENT OR NEARBY STATIONS
TS629       [02/24/17 1545] WB=68 Temp=77 Elev=125 Rmks=Gust 16mph.
                            Sheltered. 11 miles N of burn site. Td=64
                            RH=65 Wind=6@SSW
KPQL        [02/24/17 1545] WB=67 Temp=73 Sky=Overcast Elev=16
                            Rmks=10 miles E of burn site. Td=64 RH=74
                            Wind=7@S
GRBM6       [02/24/17 1530] WB=68 Temp=73 Elev=7 Rmks=Gust 11mph. 17
                            miles ESE of burn site. Td=65 RH=76
                            Wind=6@SSW
SHCM6       [02/24/17 1445] WB=69 Temp=73 Sky=Ptly Cldy Elev=25
                            Rmks=Gust 11mph. Station is 2 miles NE of
                            burn site. Td=67 RH=80 Wind=5@S

...REMARKS...
We are requesting this Spot Forecast in support of smoke management
planning for tonight, and in support of planning for a prescribed
burn at a nearby location tomorrow.Allowable wind directions for
Saturday, Saturday night, and Sunday morning: NW-N-NE. Other wind
directions could result in impaired visibility for motorists on
Interstate 10. QUESTIONS:1. Please include a Fog Potential Statement
for tonight, tomorrow morning, tomorrow night, and Sunday morning,
including Type of Fog and Areal Coverage.2. What are the chances that
RH could drop below 28% at our location Saturday, and if so, during
what timeframe?3. What are the chances of a seabreeze occurring at
our location Saturday, and if so, during what timeframe?4.
Reliability and persistence of northerly wind will play a big role in
determining where we burn and how many acres we burn tomorrow.
According to the current PointAndClick Forecast, northerly wind
should remain above 5mph all day Saturday and all Saturday
night/Sunday morning through daybreak.   What are the chances of
surface wind speed dropping below 5mph, and if so, during what
timeframe?

...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: 1702737.2
TIMEZONE: CST6CDT



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