December 2, 2016       

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Fire season 2016 is over for Alaska. Though top layers may be dry enough for a few grass or litter fires to ignite, spread will be limited to what local winds will carry in those surface fuels. Deeper layers are wet for most of the state, and temperatures are cool at night with very high RH recovery. Snowpack will soon prevent most ignitions.

updated: Mon, 09/19/16 11:53 AKDT

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    FBK RAWS station, air temperature: -4F
Reading taken at: 2016-12-02 19:00

AKTEST RAWS station, air temperature: -4F
Reading taken at: 2016-12-02 19:00
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