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Fuel Dryness


Moist - Little or no risk for large fires.
Dry - Low risk of large fires in the absence of a "High Risk" event.
Very dry - Low/Moderate risk of large fires in the absence of a "High Risk" event.
Data Unavailable.

High Risk Events


Wind - Sustained speeds of 20 mph or greater.
Hot and Dry - Temperatures above normal with humidity 20% or less.
Lightning - LALs of 3 or higher.

Missing Stations

  • BONNERS FERRY
  • TROY RS
  • Gates Park
  • GLEASON
  • ARROWWOOD 2
  • MARSHALL CO

Northern Rockies Area 7 Day
Significant Fire Potential

Issued: Friday, Jan 31, 2014 Parameters:


Predictive Service Area Thu
Jan 30
Fri
Jan 31
Sat
Feb 1
Sun
Feb 2
Mon
Feb 3
Tue
Feb 4
Wed
Feb 5
Thu
Feb 6
NR01 - North ID Panhandle
NR02 - Northwest Montana
NR03 - South ID Panhandle
NR04 - Western Montana
NR05 - Camas Prairie of Idaho
NR06 - North Central ID and Bitterroot/Sapphire Mountains
NR07 - Glacier NP and Wilderness Areas
NR08 - SW Montana W of Continental Divide
NR09 - Big Hole-SW Montana E of Continental Divide
NR10 - Northern Front Range
NR11 - West Central Montana
NR12 - South Central Montana & Yellowstone NP
NR13 - Northern Plains & Missouri Breaks
NR14 - Southern Montana (Big Horn / Powder River)
NR15 - NE Montana & NW N. Dakota
NR16 - SE Montana & SW N. Dakota
NR17 - Northeastern North Dakota
NR18 - Southeastern North Dakota

Weather

This is a test issuance. No significant fire danger currently exists in the Northern Rockies Region.

Mountain snowpack ranges from slightly below normal across N ID to above normal along the Continental Divide. There is a slight drought signature across the ID Panhandle and W MT. Soil Moisture values are above normal across the Plains and slightly below normal west of the Divide. No significant concerns are anticipated through February.

Fuels/Fire Potential

The Northern Rockies Region is in the offseason.


Resources


Forecasters: Henry 1/31/2014 0750 MST