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Series of Storms to Impact the West Coast

Powerful Pacific storms will keep conditions wet and windy for much of the West, especially, from northern California to western Washington. Heavy rains may produce flooding early to mid week. Heavy snow will make travel difficult from the Cascades to the northern Rockies. Snow showers continue near the Great Lakes, otherwise, dry conditions and gusty winds can be expected for much of the East. Read More >

Fire Weather


Spot Forecast Request
Fire Weather Planning Forecast
Fire Weather Notification Message
Fire Weather Watch / Red Flag Warning
NFDRS Forecast

Point Forecast Matrices:
Camden Tower
Highway 41

RAWS Observations
Airport Observations (33 ft winds)

Wildland Fire Assessement System (WFAS) Maps
Observed Fire Danger Class
Haines Index
Fuel Moisture: 10 / 100 / 1000 Hour

8-14 Day / 30 Day / Seasonal

Additional Links
NWS National Fire Weather Page
MidSouth Fire Weather Annual Operating Plan (PDF)
U.S. Forest Service
Arkansas Forestry Commission
Mississippi Forestry Commission
Missouri Department of Conservation
Tennessee Division of Forestry
Southern Area Coordination Center
National Interagency Fire Center
U.S. Drought Monitor


Questions or comments?
Contact John Sirmon
NWS Memphis Fire Weather Program Leader.

Fire Zone Map SPC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook SPC Day 2 Fire Weather Outlook

SPC Fire Weather Outlook: Day 1 / Day 2


Fire Weather Forecast Graphics
12 hour Maximum Transport Wind Forecast 12 hour Minimum Relative Humidity Forecast


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