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Freezing Rain Threat for the Central Plains and Southern Great Lakes

Ice and freezing rain will impact north-central Kansas, eastern Nebraska, much of Iowa, southern Minnesota, and Wisconsin into southern Michigan through Tuesday. A lesser threat will expand into portions of New York State and southern New England Wednesday. Meanwhile, heavy rain will impact portions of Texas and the Lower Mississippi Valley this week. Read More >

April 9th 2012 Suffolk County Wildfire Image  
WFO New York NY Fire Weather Products
 

NDFD Graphical Fire Weather Forecasts

 

Product ID Description
Latest
NYCRFWOKX Fire Weather Watch / Red Flag Warning
NYCFWFOKX Fire Weather Forecast
NYCSPSOKX Special Weather Statement
NYCAFDOKX Area Forecast Discussion
NYCAFMOKX Area Forecast Matrices
NYCPFMOKX Point Forecast Matrices
NYCZFPOKX Zone Forecast Product
NYCHWOOKX Hazardous Weather Outlook

 


Prescribed Burn Weather Support Features:

Check the latest Fire Weather Forecast Information. (Use the Google Map interface to zoom in and click on your exact location - then examine all the various forecast information).

  1. IF conditions appear favorible for presciption burn - submit a SPOT request below no earlier than 36-48 hours in advance.

 

 


National Fire Weather Products

Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook from Storm Prediction Center
Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook from Storm Prediction Center
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Day 2 Fire Weather Outlook from Storm Prediction Center
Day 2 Fire Weather Outlook from Storm Prediction Center
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Regional Fire Weather Products


Fire Weather Observations


Fire Potential and Danger

Day 1 Fire Danger Rating from the USDA Forest Service
Day 1 Fire Danger Rating from the USDA Forest Service
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Day 2 Fire Danger Rating from the USDA Forest Service
Day 2 Fire Danger Rating from the USDA Forest Service
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Additional Fire Weather Information

Fire Weather Climatology for the Northeast U.S.

Please send comments and requests to:
Tim Morrin, Fire Weather Program Leader
c/o National Weather Service
175 Brookhaven Avenue, NWS #1
Upton, NY 11973
tim.morrin@noaa.gov

 


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