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FNUS75 KSLC 281419
FWSSLC

SPOT FORECAST FOR SALINA CANYON PILES
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
819 AM MDT THU APR 28 2016

.DISCUSSION...A SLOW-MOVING WEATHER DISTURBANCE WILL LEAD TO
CONTINUING COOL AND UNSETTLED CONDITIONS AT THE BURN SITE TODAY
AND LINGERING THROUGH PART OF FRIDAY. A BRIEF BREAK FRIDAY WILL BE
SHORT-LIVED AS ANOTHER LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM MOVES IN FOR THE
WEEKEND.

EAST TO NORTHHEAST WINDS DEVELOPING LATER TODAY SHOULD ALLOW
FOR HIGHER CLEARING INDEX NUMBERS DESPITE OTHERWISE STABLE
CONDITIONS...AND COULD HELP PUSH SMOKE AWAY FROM I-70 AS WELL.
A FEW THUNDERSTORMS ARE POSSIBLE AGAIN THIS AFTERNOON...WHICH
COULD BRING GUSTY AND ERRATIC WINDS.

.TODAY...
  LAL.................1 UNTIL NOON...THEN 2.
  HAINES INDEX........3 ..VERY LOW.
  CLEARING INDEX......400 TO 500.
  SKY/WEATHER.........MOSTLY CLOUDY (85-95 PERCENT CLOUD COVER). A
                      CHANCE OF SHOWERS UNTIL NOON...THEN
                      OCCASIONAL SHOWERS AND A SLIGHT CHANCE OF
                      THUNDERSTORMS.
  MAX TEMPERATURE.....49-54.
  MIN HUMIDITY........55-65 PERCENT.
  WINDS - 20-FOOT.....EAST WINDS 5 MPH...BECOMING NORTHEAST 6 TO 12 MPH
                      BY THE LATE MORNING OR EARLY AFTERNOON.

.TONIGHT...
  LAL.................1.
  HAINES INDEX........2 ..VERY LOW.
  SKY/WEATHER.........MOSTLY CLOUDY (85-95 PERCENT CLOUD COVER).
                      OCCASIONAL SHOWERS UNTIL MIDNIGHT...THEN A
                      CHANCE OF SHOWERS.
  MIN TEMPERATURE.....30-35.
  MAX HUMIDITY........95-100 PERCENT.
  WINDS - 20-FOOT.....NORTH WINDS 5 TO 10 MPH IN THE EVENING...
                      BECOMING NORTHWEST 5 TO 10 MPH OVERNIGHT.

.OUTLOOK FOR FRIDAY...
  LAL.................1 UNTIL NOON...THEN 2.
  HAINES INDEX........3 ..VERY LOW.
  CLEARING INDEX......1000+.
  SKY/WEATHER.........MOSTLY CLOUDY (70-80 PERCENT CLOUD COVER). A
                      CHANCE OF SHOWERS. A SLIGHT CHANCE OF
                      THUNDERSTORMS IN THE AFTERNOON.
  MAX TEMPERATURE.....51-56.
  MIN HUMIDITY........50-60 PERCENT.
  WINDS - 20-FOOT.....WEST WINDS 3 TO 6 MPH INCREASING TO NORTHWEST 10 TO
                      20 MPH IN THE AFTERNOON.



FORECASTER...VAN CLEAVE
REQUESTED BY...RYAN MCCOLLIN
REASON FOR REQUEST...PRESCRIBED
.TAG 20160428.SALIN.01/SLC

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000
FNUS75 KSLC 281419
FWSSLC

SPOT FORECAST FOR SALINA CANYON PILES
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
819 AM MDT THU APR 28 2016

.DISCUSSION...A SLOW-MOVING WEATHER DISTURBANCE WILL LEAD TO
CONTINUING COOL AND UNSETTLED CONDITIONS AT THE BURN SITE TODAY
AND LINGERING THROUGH PART OF FRIDAY. A BRIEF BREAK FRIDAY WILL BE
SHORT-LIVED AS ANOTHER LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM MOVES IN FOR THE
WEEKEND.

EAST TO NORTHHEAST WINDS DEVELOPING LATER TODAY SHOULD ALLOW
FOR HIGHER CLEARING INDEX NUMBERS DESPITE OTHERWISE STABLE
CONDITIONS...AND COULD HELP PUSH SMOKE AWAY FROM I-70 AS WELL.
A FEW THUNDERSTORMS ARE POSSIBLE AGAIN THIS AFTERNOON...WHICH
COULD BRING GUSTY AND ERRATIC WINDS.

.TODAY...
  LAL.................1 UNTIL NOON...THEN 2.
  HAINES INDEX........3 ..VERY LOW.
  CLEARING INDEX......400 TO 500.
  SKY/WEATHER.........MOSTLY CLOUDY (85-95 PERCENT CLOUD COVER). A
                      CHANCE OF SHOWERS UNTIL NOON...THEN
                      OCCASIONAL SHOWERS AND A SLIGHT CHANCE OF
                      THUNDERSTORMS.
  MAX TEMPERATURE.....49-54.
  MIN HUMIDITY........55-65 PERCENT.
  WINDS - 20-FOOT.....EAST WINDS 5 MPH...BECOMING NORTHEAST 6 TO 12 MPH
                      BY THE LATE MORNING OR EARLY AFTERNOON.

.TONIGHT...
  LAL.................1.
  HAINES INDEX........2 ..VERY LOW.
  SKY/WEATHER.........MOSTLY CLOUDY (85-95 PERCENT CLOUD COVER).
                      OCCASIONAL SHOWERS UNTIL MIDNIGHT...THEN A
                      CHANCE OF SHOWERS.
  MIN TEMPERATURE.....30-35.
  MAX HUMIDITY........95-100 PERCENT.
  WINDS - 20-FOOT.....NORTH WINDS 5 TO 10 MPH IN THE EVENING...
                      BECOMING NORTHWEST 5 TO 10 MPH OVERNIGHT.

.OUTLOOK FOR FRIDAY...
  LAL.................1 UNTIL NOON...THEN 2.
  HAINES INDEX........3 ..VERY LOW.
  CLEARING INDEX......1000+.
  SKY/WEATHER.........MOSTLY CLOUDY (70-80 PERCENT CLOUD COVER). A
                      CHANCE OF SHOWERS. A SLIGHT CHANCE OF
                      THUNDERSTORMS IN THE AFTERNOON.
  MAX TEMPERATURE.....51-56.
  MIN HUMIDITY........50-60 PERCENT.
  WINDS - 20-FOOT.....WEST WINDS 3 TO 6 MPH INCREASING TO NORTHWEST 10 TO
                      20 MPH IN THE AFTERNOON.



FORECASTER...VAN CLEAVE
REQUESTED BY...RYAN MCCOLLIN
REASON FOR REQUEST...PRESCRIBED
.TAG 20160428.SALIN.01/SLC

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000
FNUS75 KSLC 271707
FWSSLC

SPOT FORECAST FOR BEAVER RD SLASH PILES
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
1107 AM MDT WED APR 27 2016

.DISCUSSION...ANOTHER TROUGH MOVING INTO UTAH FROM THE WEST TODAY WILL
BRING SCATTERED SHOWERS ACROSS SOUTHERN UTAH...INCLUDING THE BURN LOCATION
SITE. INCREASING CHANCES FOR PRECIP THROUGHOUT THE DAY...AND CAN NOT RULE
OUT AN ISOLATED THUNDERSTORM OR TO. WITH A SOUTHWESTERLY WIND...AND AN
ACTIVE TROUGH MOVING THROUGH THE SOUTHERN PORTION OF THE STATE...PROLONGED
PERIOD OF SHOWER ACTIVITY IS EXPECTED THROUGH EARLY FRIDAY MORNING. COULD
SEE ON THE ORDER OF 3 - 6 INCHES OF SNOW BY FRIDAY MORNING NEAR THE BURN
SITE. LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS IN CONVECTIVE STORMS IS POSSIBLE. WATER CONTENT
FOR THE STORM DURATION...THROUGH FRIDAY MORNING...IS EXPECTED TO BE 0.50 TO
0.70 OF AN INCH OF WATER. CLEARING INDEX FOR TODAY WILL BE FAVORABLE...HOWEVER
THURSDAY WILL SEE A DECLINE WITH A SHORT LIVED BREAK IN STORM ACTIVITY. FRIDAY
WILL AGAIN SEE CLEARING INDEX VALUES ABOVE 500 AS THE DEPARTING TROUGH MOVES
EASTWARD AND NORTHWESTERLY WINDS SETTLE IN.

FRIDAY WILL SEE A DRYING TREND AND CHANCES FOR PRECIPITATION COME TO AN
END...THOUGH BRIEF. SATURDAY LOOKS TO BE ANOTHER ACTIVE DAY WITH ANOTHER
TROUGH DROPPING THROUGH NEVADA INTO SOUTHERN UTAH/NORTHERN ARIZONA. COLD AIR
MOVING IN WITH THE WEEKEND SYSTEM MAY BRING ADDITIONAL SNOWFALL...THOUGH
AMOUNTS MAY BE LOWER WITH AN EASTERLY FLOW BY SUNDAY. BY MONDAY...SHORTWAVE
RIDGING BUILDS BACK IN WITH WARMING TEMPERATURES ALOFT AND A DRYING TREND
THROUGH MID-WEEK NEXT WEEK.

.TODAY...
  LAL.................1.
  HAINES INDEX........2 ..VERY LOW.
  CLEARING INDEX......670.
  SKY/WEATHER.........MOSTLY CLOUDY (80-90 PERCENT CLOUD COVER). A
                      SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND SNOW SHOWERS
                      UNTIL NOON...THEN NUMEROUS SHOWERS AND SNOW
                      SHOWERS.
  MAX TEMPERATURE.....47-49.
  MIN HUMIDITY........67-69 PERCENT.
  WINDS - 20-FOOT.....SOUTH WINDS 5 MPH.

.TONIGHT...
  LAL.................1.
  HAINES INDEX........3 ..VERY LOW.
  SKY/WEATHER.........CLOUDY (90-100 PERCENT CLOUD COVER).
                      OCCASIONAL SHOWERS AND SNOW SHOWERS.
  MIN TEMPERATURE.....32-34.
  MAX HUMIDITY........100 PERCENT.
  WINDS - 20-FOOT.....SOUTHWEST WINDS 5 - 10 MPH SHIFTING TO THE
                      SOUTHEAST IN THE LATE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT.

.OUTLOOK FOR THURSDAY...
  LAL.................1 UNTIL NOON...THEN 2.
  HAINES INDEX........2 ..VERY LOW.
  CLEARING INDEX......410.
  SKY/WEATHER.........CLOUDY (90-100 PERCENT CLOUD COVER).
                      OCCASIONAL SNOW SHOWERS. OCCASIONAL SHOWERS
                      AND A SLIGHT CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS IN THE
                      AFTERNOON.
  MAX TEMPERATURE.....43-45.
  MIN HUMIDITY........85-87 PERCENT.
  WINDS - 20-FOOT.....SOUTHEAST WINDS 5 MPH SHIFTING TO THE
                      SOUTHWEST EARLY IN THE AFTERNOON...THEN
                      SHIFTING TO THE WEST LATE IN THE AFTERNOON.



FORECASTER...DEWEY
REQUESTED BY...BEAVER RANGER DISTRICT
REASON FOR REQUEST...PRESCRIBED
.TAG 20160427.BEAVE.01/SLC

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000
FNUS75 KSLC 271507
FWSSLC

SPOT FORECAST FOR SALINA CREEK PILES
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SALT LAKE CITY UT
907 AM MDT WED APR 27 2016

.DISCUSSION...A TROUGH IS CURRENTLY OVER NEVADA AND MOVING EAST INTO
SOUTHERN UTAH THIS AFTERNOON. THIS WILL MEAN AN INCREASE IN SHOWER
ACTIVITY THIS AFTERNOON NEAR THE BURN SITE LOCATION. ANTICIPATING SHOWERS
BEGINNING AFTER 12 PM MDT AND SCATTERED IN NATURE. THIS PATTERN WILL
CONTINUE OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS...WITH A SLIGHT BREAK IN SHOWER ACTIVITY
THURSDAY EVENING. HOWEVER...SCATTERED CONVECTION IS EXPECTED PRIMARILY
OVER HIGHER TERRAIN LOCATIONS...ESPECIALLY CENTRAL UTAH NEAR THE BURN
LOCATION. PRECIPITATION AMOUNTS THROUGH THURSDAY MORNING ARE EXPECTED TO
BE NEAR 0.30 OF AN INCH WITH AN ADDITIONAL 0.40 OF AN INCH THROUGH FRIDAY.

WINDS SHOULD REMAIN SOUTHERLY IN THE MORNING AND THEN TURNING SOUTHWESTERLY
BY EARLY AFTERNOON. MAY SEE SOME BRIEF PERIODS OF GUSTY WEST WINDS NEAR
15 - 20 MPH DURING THE MID-AFTERNOON HOURS TODAY. CLEARING INDEX VALUES
WILL NOT BE CONDUCIVE FOR SMOKE MIXING FOR THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS.

.TODAY...
  LAL.................1.
  HAINES INDEX........2 ..VERY LOW.
  CLEARING INDEX......310.
  SKY/WEATHER.........PARTLY CLOUDY (60-70 PERCENT CLOUD COVER)
                      UNTIL NOON...THEN CLOUDY (90-100 PERCENT
                      CLOUD COVER). SCATTERED SHOWERS AFTER NOON.
  MAX TEMPERATURE.....54-56.
  MIN HUMIDITY........56-58 PERCENT.
  WINDS - 20-FOOT.....SOUTHWEST WINDS 5 MPH.

.TONIGHT...
  LAL.................1.
  HAINES INDEX........2 ..VERY LOW.
  SKY/WEATHER.........CLOUDY (90-100 PERCENT CLOUD COVER).
                      OCCASIONAL SHOWERS.
  MIN TEMPERATURE.....34-36.
  MAX HUMIDITY........98-100 PERCENT.
  WINDS - 20-FOOT.....SOUTH WINDS 5 MPH SHIFTING TO THE EAST IN THE
                      LATE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT.

.OUTLOOK FOR THURSDAY...
  LAL.................1 UNTIL NOON...THEN 2.
  HAINES INDEX........3 ..VERY LOW.
  CLEARING INDEX......410.
  SKY/WEATHER.........CLOUDY (90-100 PERCENT CLOUD COVER).
                      OCCASIONAL SHOWERS. A SLIGHT CHANCE OF
                      THUNDERSTORMS IN THE AFTERNOON.
  MAX TEMPERATURE.....51-53.
  MIN HUMIDITY........69-71 PERCENT.
  WINDS - 20-FOOT.....EAST WINDS 5 MPH SHIFTING TO THE SOUTH LATE
                      IN THE AFTERNOON.



FORECASTER...DEWEY
REQUESTED BY...RYAN MCCOLLIN
REASON FOR REQUEST...PRESCRIBED
.TAG 20160427.SALIN.04/SLC

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