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Spot Forecast for Laquey...USDA - Forest Service
National Weather Service Springfield MO
929 PM CDT Sat Apr 21 2018

Forecast is based on request time of 2200 CDT on April 21.
If conditions become unrepresentative...contact the National Weather
Service.

Please contact our office at 1-800-762-4363, if you have questions
or concerns with this forecast.

.DISCUSSION...

Light rain and increased humidity will eventually spread into the
Laquey wild fire burn area tonight.  An east breeze is expected to
persist through much of the night, while mixing heights will fall
below 1300 feet.

Rain will become more widespread in the Laquey area after midnight
tonight, and continue through much of Sunday.

No major wind shifts are expected through the next 18 hours.

.TONIGHT...

Sky/weather.........Cloudy (95-100 percent). Chance of rain from
                    mid evening until early morning. Rain likely,
                    then rain late in the night.
TEMPERATURE.........59 at request...Min 52.
RH..................45 percent at request...Max 86 percent.
DEWPOINT............35 increasing to 44.
APPARENT TEMP.......66.
EYE LEVEL WINDS.....East winds 8 to 12 mph.
WIND SHIFT..........
WIND (20 FT)........Winds east at 7 mph at request...otherwise East
                    winds 8 to 12 mph.
MIXING HEIGHT.......4500-6400 ft AGL decreasing to 500-1300 ft AGL.
TRANSPORT WINDS.....East 5 to 9 mph increasing to 15 to 20 mph in
                    the late evening and overnight.
SMOKE DISPERSAL.....Poor /7900 knot-ft/ at request. Min...poor
                    /7000 knot-ft/.
SMOKE DISPERSAL.....Poor /7900 knot-ft/ at request. Min...poor
                    /7000 knot-ft/.
Haines Index........4 or low potential for large plume dominated
                    fire growth at request...max 5.

.SUNDAY...

Sky/weather.........Cloudy (95-100 percent). Rain early in the
                    morning, then rain showers from mid morning
                    until late afternoon. Rain showers likely late
                    in the afternoon.
TEMPERATURE.........Max 56.
RH..................Min 71 percent.
DEWPOINT............48.
APPARENT TEMP.......56.
EYE LEVEL WINDS.....Northeast winds 12 to 15 mph.
WIND SHIFT..........
WIND (20 FT)........Northeast winds 12 to 15 mph with gusts to
                    around 25 mph.
MIXING HEIGHT.......1300-2200 ft AGL.
TRANSPORT WINDS.....Northeast 17 to 25 mph.
SMOKE DISPERSAL.....Fair to good (20800-46000 knot-ft).
SMOKE DISPERSAL.....Fair to good (20800-46000 knot-ft).
Haines Index........3 or very low potential for large plume
                    dominated fire growth.

.FORECAST DAYS 3 THROUGH 5...
.MONDAY...
Cloudy with chance of showers. Lows in the upper 40s. Highs in
the lower 60s. North winds around 10 mph.
.TUESDAY...
Mostly cloudy. Slight chance of showers. Lows in the upper 40s.
Highs in the upper 60s. North winds around 5 mph.
.WEDNESDAY...
Mostly cloudy. Chance of showers. Lows in the mid 40s. Highs in
the lower 60s. Northwest winds around 6 mph.
.THURSDAY...
Partly cloudy. Chance of showers. Lows in the mid 40s. Highs in
the upper 60s. Northwest winds around 5 mph.

$$
Forecaster...CRAMER
Requested by...Duckie Drake
Type of request...WILDFIRE
.TAG 1807306.0/SGF
.EMAIL momocdispatch@fs.fed.us



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