April 27, 2015       

Predictive Services - Fuels / Fire Danger

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Most of the fuels around the state remain largely unburnable, even in areas that have lost their snowpack. This is due to the cool, damp air mass that has dominated this week. There is a Chinook on the horizon for this coming weekend, but at this time, no Red Flag Warnings are being issued. Strong wind/RH criteria will be met on the north side of the Alaska Range, but most areas are snow-covered, or are still too frozen to allow for much fire spread.

updated: Wed, 04/15/15 14:16 AKDT

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    FBK RAWS station, air temperature: 63F
Reading taken at: 2015-04-27 16:00

AKTEST RAWS station, air temperature: 63F
Reading taken at: 2015-04-27 15:00
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