Fire Danger Tomorrow

Thanks to mild temperatures, low dew point readings, and a breezy west-northwest wind, there is an elevated risk for controlled burns to get out of control tomorrow.  Our relative humidity will be low on Sunday, indicating the atmosphere is dry.  The rain we saw Saturday evening is so insignificant that vegetation will remain dry.  Therefore, we’ll have a higher than normal risk of fire-spreading tomorrow.

The best advice is to not burn anything outdoors on Easter Sunday.  We don’t want to create any extra stress for our firefighters!



Posted under safety, wildlife

This post was written by qni_it on April 7, 2012

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