August 30, 2015       

Predictive Services - Fuels / Fire Danger

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With plenty of precipitation the last few weeks, northern Alaska's fire season has come to a standstill. With more rain on the way, it's likely that only a few days for the rest of the season may show any last gasps of fire activity north or west of the Alaska Range. Meanwhile, some warming and drying in South Central has dried fine fuels in the Mat-Su Valley, Anchorage Bowl, Kenai Peninsula and Kodiak Island. Spruce Adjective Ratings show that only a handful of stations in those areas have much fire potential.

updated: Mon, 08/24/15 14:25 AKDT

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    FBK RAWS station, air temperature: 37F
Reading taken at: 2015-08-30 09:00

AKTEST RAWS station, air temperature: 38F
Reading taken at: 2015-08-30 09:00
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