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Major Heat Wave Expected for Two-Thirds of the U.S.

A dangerous and widespread summer heat wave is expected through this upcoming weekend across much of the Central and Eastern U.S. A large dome of high pressure will allow high temperatures to surge into the 90s and 100s in many locations, while heat indices will top 100 and approach 110 degrees or higher. There also will be no relief at night, as low temperatures remain in the upper 70s and 80s. Read More >

Fire-Weather Briefing

1. Past  & Current Conditions

 MesoWest: Current and Past Conditions

 Precipitation Summay (Radar Estimated)

 Observed Soundings

 Upper Level Maps

 Surface Fronts/Analysis

 SPC Mesoanalysis

Hazards

Satellite Images:  
 NOAA   /   College of DuPage

Radar: 
 KDLH   /   KMPX   /   KFGF   /   KABR   /    KARX   /    KABR   /    KFSD  

 

Regional Loop
Short Range Forecast

  

National Loop with Watches/Warnings
SPC            Products Overview

2. Forecasts

NWS National Fire Weather Page     

NWS Graphical Forecasts

Local NWS Offices: Grand Forks / Twin Cities / Duluth / La Crosse / Aberdeen / Sioux Falls

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 Surface Fronts - 7 Day Loop

 Short Range Forecast

3.  Outlooks

 Precipitation Outlooks

 6-10 Day Temp/Precip Outlook

 8-14 Day Temp/Precip Outlook

 SPC Thunderstorm Outlooks

Today (Day 1)
Day 1 outlook

Tomorrow (Day 2)
Day 2 outlook

Day 3
Day 3 outlook

 SPC Critical Fire Wx

 

Today (Day 1)
Day                                    1                                    fire outlook
Tomorrow (Day 2)
Day 2 fire outlook
 National Fire Potential
 
4.  Other Information

 Local Weather Model 

 Climate Prediction Center

 Climate Normals

 Past Weather Data

 Drought Monitor (Updated Thursdays)

 Air Quality Index for MN

 Air Quality Index for WI 

 IMET Briefing Page

     

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