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A Powerful Storm System To Impact the Southern Plains to the Gulf Coast

A vigorous storm system will develop over the southern Plains and deliver several threats on Thursday. Strong winds are expected across the region along with fire weather concerns from southeast New Mexico to south Texas. A marginal risk of severe storms and excessive rain from the ArkLaTex to the central Gulf Coast. Even a few inches of snow will be possible in Texas, including just west of DFW. Read More >

Grassland Fire Danger Statement

 

IMPORTANT NOTE regarding the colors on the Grassland Fire Danger Map:
In order to ensure greater consistency with our Enhanced Hazardous Weather Outlook, as well as the State Grassland Fire Danger maps provided for the states of South Dakota and Iowa, the colors on our map have changed. Please take note of the legend beneath the map for the new color scheme.

Note: The Grassland Fire Danger statement will be issued daily from April 1st to November 15th, or as conditions warrant during the Spring and late Autumn.  It will also be issued during the winter months if the index reaches High,  Very High or Extreme.  Please check the date on the map and the text product below to ensure you are looking at a current product.

Check the text product beneath the maps for detailed Fire Danger information.

Grassland Fire Danger for Today

Grassland Fire Danger for Tomorrow
Key for Fire Danger Maps:
Low - Green
Moderate - Blue
High - Yellow
Very High - Orange
Extreme - Red