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Pesky East Coast Low; Powerful Storm Arriving in Alaska

A pesky, almost stationary, area of low pressure will continue to produce rain showers, gusty winds and coastal flooding in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic on Wednesday. Meanwhile, a powerful storm is expected to impact northwest and west-central Alaska with a variety of hazards starting late Wednesday. Read More >

 

Fire Weather Outlook

 

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Days 3-8 Outlook

 

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Fuels, Drought, and Precipitation Conditions

 

ERC Graphs (More) 

Piney Hill/Window Rock

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Iron Springs/Prescott

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Pinetop-Lakeside

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Flagstaff

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30-Day Accumulated Precipitation Percent of Normal

 

90-Day Accumulated Precipitation Percent of Normal

 

U.S. Drought Monitor for Arizona

 

 

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Southwestern U.S. Observed Fuel Moisture

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1000-hr Observed Fuel Moisture

Continental U.S. Forecast Fuel Moisture

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1000-hr Forecast Fuel Moisture

 

Outlooks for the Wildland Fire Season

 

Yearly Fire Season Factors from SWCC

 

Significant Wildland Fire Potential - Current Month

 

Significant Wildland Fire Potential - Next Month

 

Significant Wildland Fire Potential - Month Three

 

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