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SPC - No watches are valid as of Sat May 23 08:38:01 UTC 2015
No watches are valid as of Sat May 23 08:38:01 UTC 2015.

SPC - No MDs are in effect as of Sat May 23 08:38:01 UTC 2015
No Mesoscale Discussions are in effect as of Sat May 23 08:38:01 UTC 2015.

SPC May 23, 2015 0600 UTC Day 1 Convective Outlook
SPC 1200Z Day 1 Outlook
DAY 1 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK 1255 AM CDT SAT MAY 23 2015 VALID 231200Z - 241200Z ...THERE IS A SLGT RISK OF SVR TSTMS TODAY THROUGH TONIGHT FROM THE SOUTHERN PLAINS TO THE CENTRAL HIGH PLAINS... ...THERE IS A MRGL RISK OF SVR TSTMS SURROUNDING THE SLGT RISK AREA FROM NORTHERN CO...SERN WY AND SWRN NEB TO THE SOUTHERN PLAINS... ...SUMMARY... ISOLATED TO SCATTERED SEVERE STORMS WITH LARGE HAIL...TORNADOES...AND DAMAGING WINDS ARE POSSIBLE FROM THE CENTRAL HIGH PLAINS TO SOUTHWEST TEXAS THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING. THE REST OF THE CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN GREAT PLAINS...SOUTHWARD FROM SOUTHERN KANSAS...WILL HAVE A POTENTIAL FOR ISOLATED TO SCATTERED SEVERE STORMS WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR DAMAGING WINDS AND SOME TORNADO THREAT. ...SYNOPSIS... A DEEP WRN U.S. LONGWAVE TROUGH WILL BE MAINTAINED THIS FORECAST PERIOD AS A CLOSED LOW MOVES FROM THE FOUR CORNERS REGION TOWARD ERN WY AND THE NEXT UPSTREAM SHORTWAVE TROUGH DIGS SOUTH ACROSS CA TOWARD THE LOWER CO RIVER VALLEY. THE EQUATORWARD EXTENDING TROUGH...ATTENDANT TO THE FOUR CORNERS CLOSED LOW...WILL ADVANCE EAST THROUGH THE SWRN STATES AND NRN MEXICO...RESULTING IN A LARGE AREA OF HEIGHT FALLS FROM CO/NM INTO THE CENTRAL/SRN PLAINS. MEANWHILE...DOWNSTREAM HEIGHT RISES ARE EXPECTED FROM THE SOUTHEAST STATES TO THE GREAT LAKES AS AN UPPER RIDGE BECOMES ANCHORED FROM THE ERN GULF OF MEXICO TO OFF THE SRN ATLANTIC COAST AND THE BAHAMAS. THE EVOLUTION IN THE UPPER FLOW PATTERN WILL RESULT IN DEEP-LAYER MERIDIONAL FLOW DEVELOPING ACROSS THE GREAT PLAINS BY TONIGHT. AT THE SURFACE...A LEE LOW WILL DEEPEN TODAY ACROSS SOUTHEAST CO...AND THEN TRACK NORTH TOWARD THE NEB PANHANDLE TONIGHT. A DRY LINE WILL EXTEND SWD FROM THIS LOW THROUGH FAR WEST TX TO THE ERN PART OF THE TRANSPECOS REGION IN SOUTHWEST TX THIS AFTERNOON...WHILE A WARM FRONT ADVANCES NORTH ACROSS OK THIS AFTERNOON AND THROUGH KS TONIGHT. THE ERN PORTION OF THE WARM FRONT SHOULD REACH SWRN AR BY LATER THIS AFTERNOON...AND THEN SHOULD BE DRAPED SEWD ACROSS THE OZARK PLATEAU TO NRN MS BY 12Z SUNDAY. ...CENTRAL HIGH PLAINS AND SOUTHERN PLAINS... SEVERAL EMBEDDED IMPULSES WILL TRANSLATE NEWD FROM THE BASE OF THE WRN U.S. TROUGH AND MEXICO ACROSS THE SRN AND CENTRAL PLAINS RESULTING IN SEVERAL ROUNDS OF TSTMS WITH EMBEDDED SEVERE STORMS. CONFIDENCE IS GREATEST FOR A SEVERE STORM POTENTIAL IN VICINITY OF THE DRY LINE AND NWD INTO ERN CO...WHILE ELSEWHERE ACROSS THE SLIGHT RISK CONFIDENCE IN OVERALL SEVERE THREAT COVERAGE IS LOWER THIS FORECAST PERIOD. SLY LOW-LEVEL WINDS WILL MAINTAIN POLEWARD MOISTURE RETURN ACROSS THE WARM SECTOR AND INTO THE CENTRAL HIGH PLAINS WHERE LOW-LEVEL WINDS WILL BE MORE SELY INTO ERN CO TO THE NORTH OF THE DEEPENING SERN CO SURFACE LOW. STRONGEST SURFACE HEATING AND STEEPEST LAPSE RATES TODAY ARE EXPECTED TO BE NEAR AND WEST OF THE DRY LINE AND NWD ACROSS THE CENTRAL HIGH PLAINS. IN THESE LOCATIONS...MODERATE INSTABILITY AND STRONG EFFECTIVE BULK SHEAR OF 40-55 KT SUGGEST PORTIONS OF THE CENTRAL AND SRN HIGH PLAINS WILL HAVE THE GREATEST RISK FOR DISCRETE SUPERCELLS WITH ALL SEVERE HAZARDS POSSIBLE. ALTHOUGH DESTABILIZATION INTO NERN CO MAY BE WEAKER THAN LOCATIONS FARTHER SWD...CONFIDENCE IN STRONGER FORCING FOR ASCENT AND SUBSEQUENT STORM DEVELOPMENT EXISTS IN THIS AREA AS THE FOUR CORNERS LOW TRACKS NEWD. EAST OF THE HIGH PLAINS...THE LIKELIHOOD FOR LIMITED SURFACE HEATING EXISTS DUE TO CLOUD COVER. DESPITE THIS FACTOR AND THE PRESENCE OF WEAK LAPSE RATES...POCKETS OF MODERATE INSTABILITY WILL BE POSSIBLE. TSTMS...SOME POSSIBLY STRONG TO SEVERE...WILL BE ONGOING AT 12Z TODAY ACROSS THE OK/TX PANHANDLES SWD THROUGH WEST TX AND POSSIBLY INTO FAR WRN OK. MODELS SUGGEST NEW TSTM DEVELOPMENT WILL BE POSSIBLE ALONG THE ERN EXTENT OF THIS COMPLEX AS IT SPREADS EWD THIS MORNING INTO THE AFTERNOON. ADDITIONAL STORM DEVELOPMENT WILL BE POSSIBLE ACROSS THE REMAINDER OF THE SRN PLAINS INTO KS AND ACROSS THE HIGHER TERRAIN OF FAR WEST TX AS FORCING FOR ASCENT SPREAD ACROSS THIS REGION. WEAK LAPSE RATES SHOULD LIMIT THE HAIL THREAT EAST OF THE HIGH PLAINS...WHILE VERTICALLY VEERING WIND PROFILES AND EFFECTIVE BULK SHEAR OF 30-35 KT FAVORS MIXED MODES WITH A THREAT FOR DAMAGING WINDS AND ISOLATED TORNADOES. SEVERE THREAT COULD LINGER WELL INTO THE OVERNIGHT HOURS AS THE UPPER TROUGH/FORCING SHIFT EAST. ..PETERS/PICCA.. 05/23/2015 Read more

SPC May 23, 2015 0600 UTC Day 2 Convective Outlook
SPC 0600Z Day 2 Outlook
DAY 2 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK CORR 1 NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK 0123 AM CDT SAT MAY 23 2015 VALID 241200Z - 251200Z ...THERE IS A SLGT RISK OF SVR TSTMS ACROSS CENTRAL AND SOUTH TEXAS... ...THERE IS A MRGL RISK OF SVR TSTMS FROM THE LOWER MS VALLEY TO THE CENTRAL PLAINS... CORRECTED PROBABILITY GRAPHIC. ...SUMMARY... SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED ACROSS MUCH OF THE SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL PLAINS SUNDAY. THE STRONGEST CONVECTION WILL LIKELY DEVELOP ACROSS CENTRAL AND SOUTH TEXAS WHERE LARGE HAIL...DAMAGING WINDS...AND PERHAPS A FEW TORNADOES CAN BE EXPECTED. ELSEWHERE...ISOLATED HAIL AND WIND MAY ACCOMPANY STRONG CONVECTION FROM PORTIONS OF THE LOWER MISSISSIPPI VALLEY INTO THE CENTRAL PLAINS. ...SOUTHERN/CENTRAL PLAINS... BROAD BUT WEAK 12HR HEIGHT FALLS WILL SPREAD INTO THE SRN/CNTRL PLAINS SUNDAY AHEAD OF LOW-LATITUDE SHORT-WAVE TROUGH. LATEST MODEL GUIDANCE IS FAIRLY CONSISTENT EJECTING A SHORT-WAVE TROUGH INTO THE MAIN BODY OF TX BY 24/18Z...THEN NEWD INTO THE MID MS VALLEY DURING THE OVERNIGHT HOURS. EXTREMELY HIGH PW VALUES...RANGING FROM 1.75-2 INCHES...WILL SURGE NWD AHEAD OF THIS FEATURE FROM THE WRN GULF BASIN...NWD INTO ERN KS. NUMEROUS SHOWERS/TSTMS WILL DEVELOP AHEAD OF THE SHORT WAVE WITHIN MODESTLY SHEARED BUT WEAK LAPSE RATE ENVIRONMENT. MUCH OF THE CONVECTION WILL PRODUCE VERY HEAVY RAINFALL AND EXTENSIVE CLOUDS WILL LIMIT BOUNDARY LAYER HEATING. ONE EXCEPTION WILL BE NEAR THE DRY LINE...BUT WITHIN POST SHORT WAVE REGIME. LATEST FORECAST SOUNDINGS SUGGEST THE GREATEST SHEAR/INSTABILITY COMBINATION WILL BE ACROSS CNTRL/SRN TX PRIOR TO LARGE SCALE FORCING EJECTING NORTH INTO THE MID MS VALLEY. GREATEST SEVERE RISK WILL BE ACROSS THIS REGION FOR TSTM ACTIVITY THAT EVOLVES ALONG SRN FRINGE OF STRONGER FLOW ALOFT WITHIN BASE OF EJECTING TROUGH. ISOLATED SUPERCELLS COULD PRODUCE LARGE HAIL...DAMAGING WINDS AND PERHAPS A FEW TORNADOES. IT/S NOT CLEAR IF ORGANIZED DEEP CONVECTION WILL DEVELOP ALONG THE DRY LINE DURING THE LATE AFTERNOON HOURS AND FOR THIS REASON 5 PERCENT SEVERE PROBS WILL BE MAINTAINED. FARTHER NORTH ACROSS NEBRASKA...THUNDERSTORMS SHOULD DEVELOP WITHIN SELY LOW-LEVEL FLOW BENEATH SEASONALLY WEAK MID-LEVEL SLY 500MB FLOW. A FEW SLOW-MOVING SUPERCELLS COULD EVOLVE ACROSS THIS REGION THAT WOULD POSE A RISK OF LARGE HAIL. ..DARROW.. 05/23/2015 Read more

SPC May 23, 2015 0730 UTC Day 3 Severe Thunderstorm Outlook
SPC 0730Z Day 3 Outlook
DAY 3 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK 0215 AM CDT SAT MAY 23 2015 VALID 251200Z - 261200Z ...THERE IS A SLGT RISK OF SVR TSTMS ACROSS MUCH OF TX... ...THERE IS A MRGL RISK OF SVR TSTMS FROM THE LOWER MS VALLEY TO THE UPPER GREAT LAKES... ...SUMMARY... SCATTERED-NUMEROUS THUNDERSTORMS WILL DEVELOP FROM TEXAS INTO THE MID SOUTH REGION ON MEMORIAL DAY. SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS WILL ALSO BE NOTED ACROSS MUCH OF THE INTERIOR WEST INTO THE UPPER GREAT LAKES AND OHIO VALLEY. GREATEST RISK FOR SEVERE WILL BE ACROSS TEXAS WITH ISOLATED SEVERE EXTENDING NORTH INTO THE UPPER GREAT LAKES. ...TEXAS... NRN STREAM MID-LEVEL SPEED MAX IS FORECAST TO DIG SEWD ALONG THE PACIFIC COAST INTO NRN MEXICO DURING THE DAY2 PERIOD BEFORE EJECTING INTO THE BIG BEND REGION OF TEXAS EARLY MEMORIAL DAY. WHILE DEEP LAYER SHEAR IS NOT FORECAST TO BE PARTICULARLY STRONG...SUFFICIENT SFC-6KM SHEAR WILL BE PRESENT FOR ORGANIZED CONVECTION AND PERHAPS SUPERCELL STRUCTURES IF LARGER CONVECTIVE CLUSTERS/LINE SEGMENTS DO NOT DISRUPT DISCRETE DEVELOPMENT. TROPICAL PLUME OF HIGH PW...1.75-2 INCHES...WILL PERSIST ALONG A CORRIDOR FROM THE WRN GULF BASIN INTO THE MID MS VALLEY REGION. AS LARGE SCALE FORCING SPREADS INTO TX CONVECTION SHOULD EASILY DEVELOP...LIKELY EARLY IN THE PERIOD THEN SPREAD TOWARD THE ARKLATEX. GIVEN THE LACK OF MEANINGFUL INHIBITION NUMEROUS STORMS...CLUSTERS AND MERGERS ARE EXPECTED. FORECAST SOUNDINGS SUGGEST MULTI-FACETED STORM MODES AND SUFFICIENT BUOYANCY FOR AT LEAST A THREAT OF LARGE HAIL AND WIND...PERHAPS EVEN A FEW TORNADOES IF SUPERCELLS EVOLVE. GIVEN THE HIGH PW VALUES THESE STORMS WILL LIKELY PRODUCE VERY HEAVY RAINFALL. ...UPPER MS VALLEY/CNTRL PLAINS... DAY2 SHORT-WAVE TROUGH IS EXPECTED TO EJECT NNEWD INTO THE MID-UPPER MS VALLEY EARLY IN THE PERIOD IN RESPONSE TO SPEED MAX APPROACHING THE BIG BEND. CONVECTION SHOULD DEVELOP AHEAD OF THIS FEATURE EARLY WITH LARGE SCALE ASCENT LIKELY SPREADING INTO NW ONTARIO BY EARLY AFTERNOON. WEAK SHORT-WAVE RIDGING IS EXPECTED ALONG THE TRAILING FRONTAL ZONE INTO THE CNTRL PLAINS DURING PEAK HEATING. GIVEN THE WEAK LARGE SCALE SUPPORT WILL ONLY INTRODUCE 5 PERCENT SEVERE PROBS ACROSS THIS REGION FOR ISOLATED SUPERCELLS THAT EVOLVE DURING THE LATE AFTERNOON AND LINGER INTO THE EVENING HOURS. ..DARROW.. 05/23/2015 Read more

SPC May 23, 2015 Day 4-8 Severe Weather Outlook
Day 4-8 Outlook
DAY 4-8 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK 0334 AM CDT SAT MAY 23 2015 VALID 261200Z - 311200Z ...DISCUSSION... MODELS ARE IN GENERAL AGREEMENT WITH LARGE SCALE PATTERN INTO THE UPCOMING WEEKEND. WEAK UPPER RIDGING WILL REMAIN ANCHORED OVER THE SERN U.S. AND THIS SHOULD FAVOR SHORT WAVES DIGGING INTO THE SRN ROCKIES/PLAINS BEFORE EJECTING NEWD TOWARD THE GREAT LAKES. ONE CONCERN FOR ORGANIZED SEVERE CONVECTION THIS PERIOD WILL BE THE NUMEROUS SHORT-WAVE TROUGHS AND THE AMOUNT OF TSTM ACTIVITY EACH IS EXPECTED TO INDUCE. DAY-TO-DAY CONVECTIVE VARIABILITY IN REGARDS TO OUTFLOW AND OVERTURNING OF AIR MASSES DECREASE PREDICTABILITY FOR ORGANIZED SEVERE...DESPITE THE FAIRLY CONSISTENT SIGNAL BOTH THE ECMWF AND GFS PROVIDE THIS EVENING. DEEP TROPICAL PLUME FROM THE SRN PLAINS TO THE GREAT LAKES WILL UNDOUBTEDLY LEAD TO SCT-NUMEROUS CONVECTION...HOWEVER INSTABILITY ISSUES COULD VARY SIGNIFICANTLY EACH DAY AND FOR THIS REASON 15 PERCENT SEVERE PROBS WILL NOT BE INTRODUCED AT THIS TIME. Read more

SPC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
SPC Day 1 Fire Weather Outlook
DAY 1 FIRE WEATHER OUTLOOK NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK 0302 AM CDT SAT MAY 23 2015 VALID 231200Z - 241200Z ...SYNOPSIS... A BROAD UPPER TROUGH EVIDENT ON WATER VAPOR SATELLITE IMAGERY OVER THE WRN CONUS EARLY THIS MORNING WILL ADVANCE SLOWLY EWD TO THE ROCKIES THROUGH THE PERIOD. DOWNSTREAM RIDGING OVER THE CNTRL CONUS WILL LIKEWISE MOVE EWD TO THE MS VALLEY REGION BY THIS EVENING... WHILE A SHORTWAVE TROUGH OVER THE NERN U.S. AND ADJACENT CANADIAN PROVINCES MOVES OFFSHORE THIS AFTERNOON. AT THE SFC...A LARGE ANTI-CYCLONE CENTERED OVER THE ERN U.S. SHOULD SHIFT OFFSHORE TO THE WRN ATLANTIC...WHILE WIDESPREAD PRECIPITATION OCCURS ACROSS MUCH OF THE PLAINS. AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE ASSOCIATED WITH THE APPROACHING UPPER TROUGH SHOULD DEEPEN OVER SERN CO BY THIS EVENING...WHILE A LEE TROUGH/DRYLINE ATTENDANT TO THIS LOW STRETCHES SWD ACROSS ERN NM. FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS TODAY ACROSS THE CONUS SHOULD REMAIN LIMITED TO PORTIONS OF S-CNTRL NM AND FAR W TX BEHIND THE DRYLINE...ALONG WITH A PORTION OF NEW ENGLAND AND PART OF MI. ...PORTIONS OF S-CNTRL NM AND FAR W TX... ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS WILL LIKELY OCCUR FOR PORTIONS OF S-CNTRL NM/FAR W TX TODAY. DIURNAL MIXING OF THE BOUNDARY LAYER SHOULD PROMOTE ENHANCED MIDLEVEL FLOW ASSOCIATED WITH THE UPPER TROUGH MENTIONED ABOVE TO THE SFC. SUSTAINED SWLY WINDS OF 15-20 MPH...WITH SOME HIGHER GUSTS...WILL COMBINE WITH RH VALUES GENERALLY IN THE 8-15 PERCENT RANGE TO ELEVATE FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS ACROSS THIS REGION. THE LACK OF STRONGER FORECAST WINDS AND MARGINAL FUEL DRYNESS PRECLUDES A CRITICAL AREA. WHILE ELEVATED METEOROLOGICAL FIRE WEATHER THRESHOLDS WILL ALSO BE MET TODAY ACROSS MUCH OF ERN NM...PRIOR RAINFALL HAS RENDERED FUELS UNRECEPTIVE FOR THIS REGION...AND THEREFORE THE ELEVATED AREA DOES NOT INCLUDE ERN NM. ...PORTIONS OF NEW ENGLAND... THE ONGOING ELEVATED AREA HAS BEEN EXPANDED TO INCLUDE A LARGER PORTION OF NEW ENGLAND...INCLUDING VT/NH...DOWN EAST MAINE...MUCH OF MA...FAR ERN NY...AND FAR NRN CT...WHERE A RELATIVE LACK OF RECENT RAINFALL HAS RESULTED IN AN AREA OF DRIER FINE FUELS. BEHIND AN EARLIER FRONTAL PASSAGE...A DRY LOW-LEVEL AIRMASS IS IN PLACE OVER MUCH OF THE NERN U.S. AN ENHANCEMENT OF MIDLEVEL WINDS ASSOCIATED WITH A DEPARTING SHORTWAVE TROUGH SHOULD ENCOURAGE WLY SFC WINDS OF 10-15 MPH...WITH STRONGER GUSTS...ACROSS THE ELEVATED AREA FOR A FEW HOURS THIS AFTERNOON. WHILE TEMPERATURES SHOULD REMAIN FAIRLY COOL...GENERALLY IN THE UPPER 50S TO LOWER 60S...DIURNAL MIXING SHOULD PROMOTE RH REDUCTIONS TO 20-30 PERCENT FOR MORE THAN THREE HOURS DURING PEAK HEATING...RESULTING IN ELEVATED TO LOCALLY CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS. THE LACK OF STRONGER EXPECTED SFC WINDS ALONG WITH VEGETATIVE GREENUP PRECLUDES A CRITICAL DELINEATION ACROSS NEW ENGLAND AT THIS TIME. ...PART OF THE NRN LOWER PENINSULA OF MI... SIMILAR TO NEW ENGLAND...A DRY...POST-FRONTAL LOW-LEVEL AIRMASS IS IN PLACE ACROSS MUCH OF THE GREAT LAKES REGION THIS MORNING. THERE HAS ALSO BEEN A LACK OF SUBSTANTIAL PRECIPITATION ACROSS MOST OF MI OVER THE LAST SEVEN DAYS. AS TEMPERATURES WARM INTO THE 70S ACROSS THE NRN PORTIONS OF THE LOWER PENINSULA OF MI...RH VALUES SHOULD FALL INTO THE 20-25 PERCENT RANGER FOR SEVERAL HOURS THIS AFTERNOON. A MODEST INCREASE IN WLY SFC WINDS TO 10-15 MPH IS ALSO EXPECTED... WHICH COMBINED WITH THE REDUCED RH SHOULD RESULT IN ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS ACROSS THIS REGION. ..GLEASON.. 05/23/2015 ...PLEASE SEE WWW.SPC.NOAA.GOV/FIRE FOR GRAPHIC PRODUCT... Read more

SPC Day 2 Fire Weather Outlook
SPC Day 2 Fire Weather Outlook
DAY 2 FIRE WEATHER OUTLOOK NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK 0302 AM CDT SAT MAY 23 2015 VALID 241200Z - 251200Z ...NO CRITICAL AREAS... ...SYNOPSIS... A LARGE CLOSED UPPER LOW OVER THE ROCKIES SUN MORNING SHOULD MOVE NEWD TOWARDS THE NRN PLAINS AND UPPER MIDWEST BY EARLY MON MORNING. AN UPPER RIDGE OVER THE OH/TN VALLEY REGION AND SERN U.S. SHOULD REMAIN GENERALLY STATIONARY. AT THE SFC...A LOW PRESSURE AREA OVER THE CNTRL HIGH PLAINS SHOULD DEEPEN AND REDEVELOP NEWD IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE MOVEMENT OF THE UPPER LOW THROUGH THE PERIOD. A COMPOSITE COLD FRONT/DRYLINE FEATURE ATTENDANT TO THE SFC LOW OVER THE CNTRL HIGH PLAINS WILL LIKELY BE LOCATED ACROSS ERN NM/WRN TX SUN AFTERNOON. A MARGINAL COMBINATION OF GUSTY WINDS WITH LOWERED RH VALUES SHOULD OCCUR BEHIND THE COLD FRONT/DRYLINE ACROSS PORTIONS OF ERN NM AND FAR W TX ON D2/SUN. HOWEVER...DUE TO SUSTAINED WINDS FORECAST TO EXCEED 15 MPH ON JUST A BRIEF/ISOLATED BASIS...WILL NOT INTRODUCE AN ELEVATED AREA AT THIS TIME. ..GLEASON.. 05/23/2015 ...PLEASE SEE WWW.SPC.NOAA.GOV/FIRE FOR GRAPHIC PRODUCT... Read more

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