The Division of Forestry has a web site available that shows moisture concentrations, wind speeds, and all of the weather information that a human could stand. Has anybody used this tool, and if so, what is the website name?
Thanks in advance,
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08-05-1999, 07:12 PM #1stone35Firehouse.com Guest
08-05-1999, 07:31 PM #2Captain HickmanFirehouse.com Guest
Not for sure if this is the one you have in mind. This one is from the Forest Service..Might check: http://www.fs.fed.us/land/wfas/map_list.htm
and look at the link: Daily Observations
there are also links to Maps & Map Archives, as well as, other links:
Daily Observations, Fire Danger,Daily Forecast, Experimental Products Status and Updates NFDR Fuel Model Map.
Hope it's the one you were thinking of...
Have found the information useful at different times.
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08-05-1999, 08:59 PM #3Aussie FireFirehouse.com Guest
Here is some info from Victoria Australia for you www.nre.vic.gov.au/fires/updates/report/index.htm
Keeps you upto date with any fire burning in our state ,not many on there at the moment as it is the middle of winter here
08-05-1999, 09:03 PM #4Aussie FireFirehouse.com Guest
Or check this one out
08-06-1999, 07:45 AM #5cbp3Firehouse.com Guest
Lately i've been cruising the noaa.gov website. Pretty much more info than one could shake a stick at. It ought to keep you busy.
As for using it, our agency produces most of the weather info we need in-house. For predictions, we utilize the nws fire wx forecast. Works pretty well, unless you are trying to use predictions that go out past 72-96 hr.
08-06-1999, 02:57 PM #6K AFirehouse.com Guest
We've had over 10,000 dry lightining strikes in three days.
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