Suppression Forecast
Issued by NWS Portland, OR

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Spot Forecast for Indian  Creek Fire...USFS
National Weather Service Portland OR
801 PM PDT Wed Aug 16 2017

Forecast is based on request time of 0600 PDT on August 17.
If conditions become unrepresentative...contact the National Weather
Service Portland, Oregon office.

.DISCUSSION...A very weak decayed front will push onshore overnight
and Thursday morning. This will bring clouds to start Thursday,
with skies becoming mostly sunny in the afternoon. Temperatures
will be a few degrees cooler as a result of the cloudy start.
There may be a few clouds to start Friday as well, but they should
clear much earlier. Thus, Friday should be a little warmer and drier.
Onshore flow will persist through the next several days, bringing
breezy west to northwest winds during the afternoon and evening
hours.

.THURSDAY...

Sky/weather.........Partly to mostly cloudy in the morning,
                    then becoming mostly sunny in the afternoon.
CWR.................0 percent.
Chance of pcpn......0 percent.
LAL.................1.
Max temperature.....77-80.
Min humidity........40-45 percent.
Wind (20 ft)........
 Slope/valley.......Light in the morning, becoming upslope less than 5 mph
                    in the afternoon.
 Ridgetop...........West-Northwest 2 to 4 mph in the morning, becoming
                    4 to 7 mph with gusts to 15 mph in the afternoon.
Haines Index(High)..5 (moderate).
Haines Index (Mid)..5 (moderate).
Rainfall amount.....0.00 inches.

.THURSDAY NIGHT...

Sky/weather.........Mostly clear.
CWR.................0 percent.
Chance of pcpn......0 percent.
LAL.................1.
Min temperature.....52-55.
Max humidity........90-95 percent.
Wind (20 ft)........
 Slope/valley.......Upslope less than 5 mph in the early evening,
                    becoming drainage less than 5 mph by 2000..
 Ridgetop...........West-northwest 4 to 7 mph with gusts to 15 mph in the
                    early evening, decreasing to 2 to 4 mph in the late
                    evening and overnight.
Haines Index(High)..5 (moderate).
Haines Index (Mid)..4 (low).
Rainfall amount.....0.00 inches.

.FRIDAY...

Sky/weather.........Low clouds for a few hours first thing in the morning.
                    Otherwise, mostly Sunny.
CWR.................0 percent.
Chance of pcpn......0 percent.
LAL.................1.
Max temperature.....79-82.
Min humidity........33-38 percent.
Wind (20 ft)........
 Slope/valley.......Light upslope through early afternoon, then
                    becoming northwest 3 to 6 mph in the afternoon.
 Ridgetop...........West-northwest 3 to 6 mph in the morning, becoming
                    6 to 10 mph with gusts to 20 mph in the afternoon.
Haines Index(High)..5 (moderate).
Haines Index (Mid)..5 (moderate).
Rainfall amount.....0.00 inches.

$$
Forecaster...Pyle
Requested by...Steven Carter
Type of request...WILDFIRE
.TAG 1714491.0/PQR
.EMAIL scarter@tfs.tamu.edu



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