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Day 3-8 Fire Weather Outlook  
NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
0336 PM CST Mon Jan 01 2024

Valid 031200Z - 091200Z

Fire weather concerns are expected to remain low through the
extended period. Continued cool and wet conditions are expected
across the western and eastern US, keeping fuels moist. A weak
shortwave will move across the central US on D3 - Wednesday before a
deeper trough ejects into the Plains late in the period by D4
Thursday - D5 Friday bringing an increase in surface winds but also
potential for widespread precipitation across the central and
southern Plains. A small corridor of Elevated fire weather
conditions may be possible across South-Central Texas where less
rainfall is forecast. An active pattern will continue, favoring
southerly storm track and enhanced westerly flow through the end of
the extended D6 - Saturday through D8 - Sunday. Fuels across the
southern Plains will experience drying with potential for Elevated
to Critical fire weather concerns to develop. Uncertainty in the
status of fuels and potential for multiple rounds of precipitation
leaves predictability too low to include any areas at this time.

..Thornton.. 01/01/2024

...Please see www.spc.noaa.gov/fire for graphic product...

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