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The National Weather Service office in Binghamton, New York is responsible for issuing Fire Weather Forecasts, Red Flag Warnings and Fire Weather Watches for parts of Central New York and Northeast Pennsylvania as shown in the image below.  

 

 

Spot Forecasts:

Requesting spot forecasts has never been easier thanks to a program called NWS Spot. Spot forecasts for Central New York and Northeast Pennsylvania are requested and accessed using the following website address:

When request is submitted using the link above, your request will be alerted on the forecasters' computers.

 

A hourly weather graph can be generated by inputting your latitude and longitude.

Latitude/Longitude Entry decimal degrees (i.e. 42.134, -76.204)
Latitude: Longitude:

 

Useful Links:

National Outlooks and other related information:

  • Daily Situation Report - from National Interagency Fire Center - in Boise, ID
  • WFAS - Wildland Fire Assessment System This page contains current, archived and forecast fire potential / fire danger maps. Elements such as Fire Danger Rating, Lightning Ignition Efficiency, etc for the contential United States.

 

Have any questions or comments please contact David Morford, Fire Weather Focal Point.