Tag: fire danger

Oklahoma Cattlemen Urge Producers to Prepare for Dangerous Fire Conditions Immediately

The Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association (OCA) has been alerted by the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food & Forestry (ODAFF) that the situation for wildfire in Western Oklahoma tomorrow (Tuesday) is critical. Cattle producers are encouraged to prepare immediately as much as possible considering the extreme fire danger conditions predicted for tomorrow – high winds, high temperatures …

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High Fire Danger Today and Tomorrow, With a chance of Showers on the Way

Windy weather and warm temperatures are in store for the next couple of days as a storm system moves through the state. State Climatologist Gary McManus says, “That heat is a pretty important component of today’s Red Flag Fire Warning today, and Fire Weather Watch tomorrow, and it’s customary and/or common to see these types …

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While fire danger continues across Oklahoma, peak burning conditions will be Abbreviated

Statewide Discussion: Dry conditions persist along with above normal temperatures and breezy conditions under clearing skies over dormant fuels. While fire danger continues across Oklahoma, peak burning conditions will be abbreviated. The greatest alignment of fire danger indices today will reside in southwestern Oklahoma. Precipitation chances enter the forecast Tuesday evening although potential amounts across …

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A Brief Warming Trend through the Weekend into Monday will support some increased Fire Danger

Statewide Discussion: A brief warming trend through the weekend into Monday will support some increased fire danger leading to potential for increasing initial attack occurrence. No critical fire weather is expected over dormant fuels limiting large fire occurrence potential. The strongest alignment of fuels and fire weather will develop each afternoon generally along, north and …

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