September 22, 2014       

Predictive Services - Fuels / Fire Danger

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Though BUIs are low recent dry weather and moderate winds have allowed the FFMCs and ISIs in the western Tanana Valley to rise to high to very high. Cured grasses are the main fuels of concern in this situation. Forecast strong winds and lower humidity through the AK Range, particularly Delta Junction Area, will continue the trend through the weekend.

updated: Fri, 09/12/14 10:33 Alaskan Daylight Time

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    FBK RAWS station, air temperature: 38F
Reading taken at: 2014-09-22 19:00

AKTEST RAWS station, air temperature: 44F
Reading taken at: 2014-09-22 19:00
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