July 22, 2014       

Predictive Services - Fuels / Fire Danger

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Summer temperatures and humidity for upper Tanana Valley and 40 mile country are beginning to dry the surface fuels. Most of the BUIs above 60 can be found there. Light to Moderate winds and green fuels will limit active spread to most favorable slopes. Copper River and Western Kenai are showing effects of limited rain recently. With High BUIs approaching 80 and FWIs around 30 today at a couple of locations, there is spread potential in a few areas.

updated: Tue, 07/22/14 09:45 Alaskan Daylight Time

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    FBK RAWS station, air temperature: 68F
Reading taken at: 2014-07-22 18:00

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