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Nov 19, 2017 Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
Updated: Sun Nov 19 16:22:03 UTC 2017 (Print Version | 20171119 1700Z Day 1 FireWX shapefile | 20171119 1700Z Day 1 FireWX KML)
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   Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook  
   NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
   1021 AM CST Sun Nov 19 2017

   Valid 191700Z - 201200Z

   ...Southern High Plains...
   No changes have been made to the elevated area across portions of
   the southern High Plains. Minimum RH values of 15-20% combined with
   sustained winds in the 15-20 mph range are expected to result in a
   few hours of elevated conditions this afternoon. See the previous
   discussion below for more details.

   ..Dean.. 11/19/2017

   .PREV DISCUSSION... /ISSUED 1250 AM CST Sun Nov 19 2017/

   ...Synopsis...
   General mid-level ridging will be in place across much of the
   western United States today as a deep trough takes shape across the
   East. At the surface, high pressure will be located across the Great
   Basin with another centered across south Texas. Through the day, the
   high across Texas will shift east and a lee trough will develop
   across the High Plains and southerly winds will begin to increase.
   Across the southern High Plains, temperatures will warm enough to
   result in teen to mid-20 percent relative humidity. This, when
   coupled with the increasing southerly winds will result in a few
   hours of elevated fire-weather conditions.  However, temperatures in
   the mid-50s to mid-60s should mitigate a larger-scale fire-weather
   threat.

   ...Please see www.spc.noaa.gov/fire for graphic product...

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