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Very Heavy Lake Effect Snow and Powerful Winds in the Northeast

A powerful weather system combined with a lack of ice on the Great Lakes will produce significant amounts of snow, up to 3 to 4 feet in places, and blizzard conditions. Travel may be difficult to impossible. Cold air behind this front will bring below normal temperatures to the eastern third of the U.S., including potential for freezing overnight temperatures in Florida. Read More >

EL PASO SPOT FORECAST REQUEST
Fax to (575) 589-1158
Required Elements in RED
PROJECT NAME
Project Name:
  Wildfire   WFU   HAZMAT
  Prescribed Fire   SAR
  Ignition Time:   Mountain Local Time
  Date:
 
REQUESTING AGENCY
NOTE: Do not use commas in this section.
Requesting Agency:
Requesting Official:
Phone Number:   Ext.
FAX Number:
Contact Person:
REASON FOR SPOT FORECAST REQUEST
Must choose either Wildfire or one of the Non-Wildfire reasons
  Wildfire Non-Wildfire
    Under the Interagency Agreement for Meteorological Services (USFS, BLM, NPS, USFWS, BIA).
    State, tribal or local fire agency working in coordination with a federal participant in the Interagency Agreement for Meteorological Services.
    Essential to public safety, e.g. due to the proximity of population centers or critical infrastructure.
For NWS Spot forecast policy, see
section 4.0 in NWS Instruction 10-401 at
http://www.nws.noaa.gov/directives/010/010.htm
LOCATION
Lat:     Elevation: Top
Bottom
Lon:     Drainage:
7.5' Quad:     Aspect:
Legal (T/R): NM     Size: (Acres)
*Enter Lat/Lon, Legal(T/R) also acceptable.
FUEL
Type:
  Sheltering
    Full
  Partial
  Unsheltered
OBSERVATIONS
Place Elev Time Wind Temp Wetbulb RH Dewpt. Sky/Weather
PRIMARY FORECAST ELEMENTS
TDA  TNT  TMR  (Today, Tonight, Tomorrow)
Clouds / Weather
Chance of Wetting Rain
Temperature
Relative Humidity
20 Foot Wind
 
REMARKS

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