Suppression Forecast
Issued by NWS Sacramento, CA

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SPOT FORECAST for East Side RX ( Summit Lake)...USFS
National Weather Service SACRAMENTO CA
850 AM PDT Thu Apr 26 2018

Forecast is based on ignition time of 0900 PDT on April 26.
If conditions become unrepresentative...contact the National Weather
Service.

.DISCUSSION...
High pressure that was over the burn site yesterday as shifted
eastward into the Great Basin this morning. Low pressure over the
Pacific will begin to influence the weather over the burn area
today through Friday with shifting winds from the southeast to south
and increasing ridge top winds. Also, instability from the low pressure
system will result in a higher chance of thunderstorms Friday evening
as it moves inland.


.TODAY...

Sky/weather.........Partly cloudy.
Max temperature.....74-79.
Min humidity........18-23 percent.
Wind (20 ft)........
 Slope/valley.......Drainage or northeast winds less than 5 mph becoming
                    Southeast up to 5 mph after 1100.
 Ridgetop...........Southeast 12 to 17 mph decreasing to 5 to 10 mph after
                    noon, and then becoming northwest up to 5 mph after
                    1600-1700.
Mixing height.......Rising to 7000 ft AGL in the afternoon.
Transport winds.....Northeast up to 5 mph until 1000-1100 then becoming
                    southeast 5 to 10 mph after 1100.
CWR.................0 percent.
LAL.................1.

.TONIGHT...

Sky/weather.........Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers
                    and thunderstorms in the evening, then partly
                    cloudy after midnight. Rainfall amounts less than
                    .10".
Min temperature.....42-47.
Max humidity........79-84 percent.
Wind (20 ft)........
 Slope/valley.......Northwest less than 5 mph becoming south to
                    southwest up to 4 mph after 2000-2100.
 Ridgetop...........Southeast up to 5 mph in the evening becoming
                    south and increasing to 7 to 17 mph toward
                    morning.
Mixing height.......Lowering to 500-1000 ft AGL.
Transport winds.....Northwest up to 5 mph in the evening becoming
                    South after 2200-2400.
CWR.................10 percent.
LAL.................2.

.FRIDAY...

Sky/weather.........Mostly sunny in the morning then becoming
                    mostly cloudy. A chance of showers and
                    thunderstorms in the evening.
Max temperature.....Much cooler, 50-56.
Min humidity........27-35 percent.
Wind (20 ft)........
 Slope/valley.......South to southwest up to 6 mph.
 Ridgetop...........South to southwest 12 to 19 mph.
Mixing height.......Rising to 6500-7000 ft AGL.
Transport winds.....South to southwest 10 to 15 mph.
CWR.................0 percent during the day, rising to 30 percent
                    in the evening.
LAL.................1.

$$
Forecaster...JM
Requested by...Shannon Prather
Type of request...PRESCRIBED
.TAG 1807971.0/STO
.EMAIL sprather@fs.fed.us


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