Suppression Forecast
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Spot Forecast for Incident 047...USDA FS MAF
National Weather Service Pendleton OR
929 PM PDT Wed May 23 2018

Forecast is based on request time of 2200 PDT on May 23.
***Thunderstorms imply gusty and erratic winds***
***Winds are 20 foot 10-minute averages***
***CWR-Chance of wetting rain 0.10 or greater***

If you have questions or concerns with this forecast, please
contact our office at (541) 276-8134.

.DISCUSSION...A weak upper level ridge will build over the region
late tonight into Thursday morning. An upper low will push into
California with a weak wave reaching western Washington on Friday.
The flow over the burn area will remain southerly through the end
of the week. As such, moisture and instability will persist with
varying chances of showers and thunderstorms possible.

.REST OF TONIGHT...

Sky/weather.........Mostly cloudy. A chance of showers through the
                    night. A slight chance of thunderstorms until
                    midnight.
CWR.................28 percent.
LAL.................2 becoming 1 by midnight.
Min temperature.....49.
Max humidity........92 percent.
Wind (20 ft)........Southwest winds 1-5 mph.
Ridgetop wind.......Southwest to west winds 1-6 mph.
Mixing height.......3800 ft AGL decreasing to 1900 ft AGL after
                    midnight.
Transport winds.....West around 7 mph.
Haines Index........3 (very low).

.THURSDAY...

Sky/weather.........Mostly cloudy. A chance of rain showers in the
                    morning. Rain showers likely in the afternoon.
                    A slight chance of thunderstorms late morning
                    and afternoon.
CWR.................53 percent.
LAL.................2.
Max temperature.....72-74.
Min humidity........47-50 percent.
Wind (20 ft)........Upslope less than 5 mph becoming south to
                    southwest 2-5 mph in the afternoon.
Ridgetop wind.......South to southwest 1-5 mph.
Mixing height.......1900 ft AGL increasing to 7200 ft AGL in the
                    afternoon.
Transport winds.....Light wind becoming southwest around 8 mph.
Haines Index........3 (very low).

.THURSDAY NIGHT...

Sky/weather.........Mostly cloudy. A slight chance of thunderstorms
                    in the evening. A chance of rain showers through
                    the night.
CWR.................40 percent.
LAL.................2.
Min temperature.....47-49.
Max humidity........90-94 percent.
Wind (20 ft)........North to northeast winds 2-5 mph.
Ridgetop wind.......North to northeast winds 2-6 mph.
Mixing height.......6800 ft AGL decreasing to 1400 ft AGL.
Transport winds.....Southwest around 8 mph shifting to southeast
                    overnight.
Haines Index........3 (very low).

.FRIDAY...

Sky/weather.........Mostly cloudy. Rain showers likely in the
                    morning, then rain showers and a slight chance
                    of thunderstorms in the afternoon.
CWR.................76 percent.
LAL.................2.
Max temperature.....68-70.
Min humidity........56-59 percent.
Wind (20 ft)........West to northwest winds 2-5 mph becoming
                    northwest 4-7 mph in the afternoon.
Haines Index........3 (very low).

$$
Forecaster...GKH
Requested by...Dispatch
Type of request...WILDFIRE
.TAG 1810597.0/PDT
.EMAIL orjdidc@gmail.com



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