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High Fire Danger Across The Plains and Southwest Monday

8 Mar 2021, 2:00 am

Numerous fire weather alerts are in the forecast today for the Central Plains and the 4 Corners. This means all the variables needed for fire weather are lining up in many of these areas.  Here is the latest fire weather forecast.

Fire Alerts

The combination of breezy winds, warm temperatures, dry fuels on the ground and dry relative humidity in the air, fires will pop up extremely easily across the grasslands and spread rapidly.

Fire Outlook

Monday

Tuesday

An elevated to critical fire risk is in the forecast for many of the areas under fire weather alerts today and tomorrow.

Wind Forecast

Forecast winds are expected to strengthen in many areas dealing with the fire threats today.

 

The contributing factors into a high fire danger include the dry soils and vegetation. The snow has melted across this region and the vegetation has not “greened up” yet, resulting in dry fuels.

In order to prevent fires from spreading rapidly, we need *your* help! Only you can prevent the next wildfire!

For more updates on today’s fire risk, make sure to tune-in to WeatherNation anytime throughout the day.

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Patrick Crawford has always been a huge weather buff! He grew up in Plano, Texas, and it was there that he experienced what Mother Nature was capable of doing. He would always turn on the television to see what local meteorologists were saying about the weather. That's when he realized he wanted to be a meteorologist. Patrick graduated from Northern Illinois University (’04) with a degree in ... Load MoreMeteorology and a double minor in Mathematics and Geography. Broadcast Meteorology has been great to him and he has been able to work in television markets all across the country. Some of his stops have included New Orleans, Green Bay and even Yuma, Arizona. He is so excited to be part of the WeatherNation team. He has been awarded the prestigious CBM (Certified Broadcast Meteorologist) weather seal from the American Meteorological Society. Feel free to catch up with Patrick Crawford on his Facebook and on Twitter pages.

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