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wwus81 kakq 231002
spsakq
007
special weather statement
national weather service wakefield va
602 am edt wed apr 23 2014
vaz060-065>067-079-080-087-088-092-093-095>098-232300-
prince edward-mecklenburg-lunenburg-nottoway-brunswick-dinwiddie-
greensville-sussex-southampton-isle of wight-norfolk/portsmouth-
suffolk-chesapeake-virginia beach-
including the cities of...farmville...south hill...crewe...
lawrenceville...emporia...wakefield...franklin
602 am edt wed apr 23 2014
...increased fire danger today...
breezy and dry conditions will prevail over central and southeast
virginia today. minimum relative humidity values will range from
20 to 30 percent and will combine with sustained northwest winds
of 15 to 20 mph with gusts up to 30 mph. this will result in
increased fire danger across central and southeast virginia
through early this evening...primarily during the afternoon
hours.
virginia residents are reminded that open burning is prohibited
before 4 pm each day through april 30th. residents are urged to
exercise caution handling any potential ignition source...including
machinery...cigarettes and matches. be sure to properly discard
all smoking materials. any dry grasses and tree litter that ignite
will have the potential to spread quickly.
$$
wwus81 kakq 231002
spsakq
ncz012>017-030>032-232300-
northampton nc-hertford-gates-pasquotank-camden-inland currituck-
bertie-chowan-perquimans-
including the cities of...margarettsville...ahoskie...
elizabeth city...edenton
602 am edt wed apr 23 2014
...increased fire danger today...
breezy and dry conditions will prevail over northeast north carolina
today. minimum relative humidity values will range from 20 to 30
percent and will combine with sustained northwest winds of 15 to
20 mph with gusts up to 30 mph. this will result in increased
fire danger across northeast north carolina through early this
evening, primarily during the afternoon hours.
residents are urged to exercise caution handling any potential
ignition source...including machinery...cigarettes and matches. be
sure to properly discard all smoking materials. any dry grasses
and tree litter that ignite will have the potential to spread
quickly.
$$
wwus83 kgrb 231020
spsgrb
646
special weather statement
national weather service green bay wi
520 am cdt wed apr 23 2014
wiz005-010>013-231645-
vilas-oneida-forest-florence-northern marinette-
including the cities of...eagle river...rhinelander...crandon
520 am cdt wed apr 23 2014
...snow possible late tonight...
low pressure approaching from the central plains will bring precipitation
to northern wisconsin late this afternoon or early this evening. it
will continue tonight and thursday and could change to wet snow late
tonight and thursday morning. some snow accumulation is possible...especially
on grassy or snow covered surfaces. roads and sidewalks could also become
slippery...depending on surface temperatures.
$$
wwus82 kgsp 231502
spsgsp
787
special weather statement
national weather service greenville-spartanburg sc
1102 am edt wed apr 23 2014
ncz033-035>037-048>053-056>059-062>065-068>072-082-501>510-232300-
avery-alexander-iredell-davie-madison-yancey-mitchell-swain-
haywood-buncombe-catawba-rowan-graham-northern jackson-macon-
southern jackson-transylvania-henderson-cleveland-lincoln-gaston-
mecklenburg-cabarrus-union nc-caldwell mountains-greater caldwell-
burke mountains-greater burke-mcdowell mountains-eastern mcdowell-
rutherford mountains-greater rutherford-polk mountains-
eastern polk-
1102 am edt wed apr 23 2014
...increased fire danger until 7 pm edt this evening...
gusty northwest winds will continue across the region through
much of the day. in addition...relative humidity values are
forecast to fall into the lower to middle 20s. the combination of
gusty winds and low humidity will increase the threat of rapidly
spreading wildfires today.
please refer to your local burn permitting authorities on whether
you can burn today. if you do burn...use extreme caution since
fires can quickly get out of hand under these conditions.
$$
wwus82 kgsp 230657
spsgsp
058
special weather statement
national weather service greenville-spartanburg sc
257 am edt wed apr 23 2014
ncz033-035>037-048>053-056>059-062>065-068>072-082-501>510-232300-
avery-alexander-iredell-davie-madison-yancey-mitchell-swain-
haywood-buncombe-catawba-rowan-graham-northern jackson-macon-
southern jackson-transylvania-henderson-cleveland-lincoln-gaston-
mecklenburg-cabarrus-union nc-caldwell mountains-greater caldwell-
burke mountains-greater burke-mcdowell mountains-eastern mcdowell-
rutherford mountains-greater rutherford-polk mountains-
eastern polk-
257 am edt wed apr 23 2014
...increased fire danger from 9 am edt this morning
through this evening...
gusty northwest winds will develop across the region this morning
and continue through much of the day. in addition...relative
humidity values are forecast to fall into the lower to middle
20s. the combination of gusty winds and low humidity will increase
the threat of rapidly spreading wildfires today.
please refer to your local burn permitting authorities on whether
you can burn today. if you do burn...use extreme caution since
fires can quickly get out of hand under these conditions.
$$
wwus82 kilm 230749
spsilm
283
special weather statement
national weather service wilmington nc
349 am edt wed apr 23 2014
ncz087-096-099-105>110-232300-
robeson-bladen-columbus-inland pender-coastal pender-
inland new hanover-coastal new hanover-inland brunswick-
coastal brunswick-
including the cities of...lumberton...elizabethtown...
whiteville...burgaw...surf city...topsail beach...wilmington...
carolina beach...wrightsville beach...leland...bolivia...
shallotte...ocean isle beach...holden beach...oak island...
southport
349 am edt wed apr 23 2014
...increased fire danger this afternoon...
gusty northwest winds and relative humidity values around 25
percent will elevate the fire danger risk this afternoon. winds
will gust up to 20 to 25 mph today.
full sunshine will combine with low relative humidity and gusty
winds to further dry fine fuels such as grasses and leaves.
outdoor burning is discouraged. unattended fires should be
reported immediately to the local fire department.
$$
wwus83 kjkl 231306
spsjkl
108
special weather statement
national weather service jackson ky
906 am edt wed apr 23 2014
kyz044-050>052-058>060-068-069-079-080-083>088-104-106>120-240000-
fleming-montgomery-bath-rowan-estill-powell-menifee-rockcastle-
jackson-pulaski-laurel-wayne-mccreary-whitley-knox-bell-harlan-
elliott-morgan-johnson-wolfe-magoffin-floyd-lee-breathitt-knott-
owsley-perry-clay-leslie-letcher-martin-pike-
including the cities of...flemingsburg...mount sterling...
owingsville...morehead...irvine...stanton...frenchburg...
mount vernon...mckee...somerset...london...monticello...
whitley city...corbin...williamsburg...barbourville...middlesboro...
pineville...harlan...sandy hook...west liberty...paintsville...
campton...salyersville...prestonsburg...beattyville...jackson...
hindman...booneville...hazard...manchester...hyden...whitesburg...
inez...pikeville
906 am edt wed apr 23 2014
...enhanced fire danger this afternoon and early evening...
...patchy frost expected early thursday morning...
relative humidity will drop to around 25 percent for many locations
late today. this very dry air will present an enhanced wildfire
danger during the afternoon and early evening. any open burning
will be potentially dangerous and is discouraged. in addition...
kentucky state law prohibits burning within 150 feet of woodland or
brush land between the hours of 6 am and 6 pm during this time of
year. also...be careful not to discard cigarettes in areas where they
could start a fire.
patchy frost is expected late tonight into thursday morning. it will
be most prevalent in valleys. it would be a good idea to protect
sensitive plants in the normally colder locations.
$$
wwus82 kmhx 230728
spsmhx
592
special weather statement
national weather service newport/morehead city nc
328 am edt wed apr 23 2014
ncz029-044>047-079>081-090>095-098-232100-
martin-pitt-washington-tyrrell-mainland dare-greene-beaufort-
mainland hyde-duplin-lenoir-jones-craven-pamlico-carteret-onslow-
including the cities of...williamston...robersonville...
greenville...plymouth...columbia...snow hill...hookerton...
washington...river road...wallace...warsaw...rose hill...
kenansville...beulaville...magnolia...kinston...maysville...
pollocksville...trenton...new bern...havelock...vanceboro...
oriental...alliance...bayboro...arapahoe...minnesott beach...
vandemere...stonewall...morehead city...beaufort...emerald isle...
newport...jacksonville
328 am edt wed apr 23 2014
...increased fire danger across most of eastern north carolina
today...
low relative humidity values in the 25 to 30 percent
range...coupled with breezy northwest winds of 15 to 25 mph will
lead to increased fire danger conditions today across all of
eastern north carolina except the outer banks.
residents of eastern north carolina are advised to cancel or
postpone any outdoor burning to prevent potential rapid spread of
fires.
$$
wwus83 kmqt 230820
spsmqt
092
special weather statement
national weather service marquette mi
420 am edt wed apr 23 2014
miz001>005-009-010-084-232130-
keweenaw-ontonagon-northern houghton-baraga-marquette-gogebic-
iron-southern houghton-
including the cities of...copper harbor...ontonagon...houghton...
hancock...l'anse...gwinn...marquette...ironwood...iron river...
kenton...sidnaw
420 am edt wed apr 23 2014 /320 am cdt wed apr 23 2014/
...late season wet and heavy snowfall possible over northwest upper
michigan...
a broad low pressure system moving east out of the northern and
central plains on thursday will spread precipitation across upper
michigan late wednesday night through friday morning. while
confidence is high that there will be precipitation...whether this
will be in the form of rain or snow remains difficult to pin down.
at this time...it appears a mix of rain and wet snow will overspread
upper michigan west to east on thursday but then transition to mainly
snow over much of northwest upper michigan by early evening. the wet
snow may then fall heavy at times on thursday night...especially
over the higher terrain...before the precipitation diminishes early
on friday morning.
at this time...the best bet is the heaviest snow will fall over the
higher terrain of the keweenaw peninsula...where the current forecast
shows as much as 6 to perhaps 8 inches accumulating through friday.
over the rest of the higher terrain northwest of a line from about
marquette to crystal falls...2 to 5 inches of wet snow appears likely.
the wet...heavy nature of the expected snow will make shoveling and
snow removal very difficult.
given the large uncertainty on the precipitation type that will
accompany the passage of this low pressure system...stay tuned to
later forecasts and possible advisories or warnings for this evolving
early spring winter storm.
$$
wwus84 kmrx 231338
spsmrx
382
special weather statement
national weather service morristown tn
938 am edt wed apr 23 2014
ncz060-061-tnz012>018-035>047-067>074-081>087-098>102-vaz001-002-
005-006-008-232300-
cherokee-clay-scott tn-campbell-claiborne-hancock-hawkins-
sullivan-johnson-morgan-anderson-union-grainger-hamblen-
northwest cocke-cocke smoky mountains-northwest greene-
southeast greene-washington tn-unicoi-northwest carter-
southeast carter-roane-loudon-knox-jefferson-nw blount-
blount smoky mountains-north sevier-sevier smoky mountains-
sequatchie-bledsoe-rhea-meigs-mcminn-northwest monroe-
southeast monroe-marion-hamilton-bradley-west polk-east polk-lee-
wise-scott-russell-washington-
including the cities of...murphy...hayesville...oneida...
la follette...tazewell...sneedville...rogersville...kingsport...
bristol...mountain city...wartburg...clinton...oak ridge...
maynardville...rutledge...morristown...newport...cosby...
greeneville...cedar creek...johnson city...erwin...elizabethton...
roan mountain...kingston...lenoir city...knoxville...dandridge...
maryville...cades cove...sevierville...gatlinburg...dunlap...
pikeville...dayton...decatur...athens...madisonville...
coker creek...jasper...chattanooga...cleveland...benton...
ducktown...jonesville...wise...norton...gate city...lebanon...
abingdon
938 am edt wed apr 23 2014
...increased fire danger this afternoon...
occasional gusty wind of 15 to 20 mph and low relative
humidities will combine to elevate the threat for wildfires
this afternoon.
relative humidity values will drop to around 20 percent...and
sustained winds around 10 mph with occasional gusts near 20
mph...will be common this afternoon.
this evening...winds will subside and the relative humidities will
rise...making conditions less threatening.
people are discouraged from doing any outdoor burning this
afternoon...as any fires could spread quickly. report any
wildfires immediately by calling 911. also call law enforcement if
you see any suspicious activities...that could lead to a fire.
$$
wwus81 kokx 230941
spsokx
428
special weather statement
national weather service new york ny
541 am edt wed apr 23 2014
ctz005>012-njz002-004-006-103>108-nyz067>075-078>081-176>179-
232100-
northern fairfield-northern new haven-northern middlesex-
northern new london-southern fairfield-southern new haven-
southern middlesex-southern new london-western passaic-
eastern passaic-hudson-western bergen-eastern bergen-
western essex-eastern essex-western union-eastern union-orange-
putnam-rockland-northern westchester-southern westchester-
new york (manhattan)-bronx-richmond (staten island)-
kings (brooklyn)-northwestern suffolk-northeastern suffolk-
southwestern suffolk-southeastern suffolk-northern queens-
northern nassau-southern queens-southern nassau-
541 am edt wed apr 23 2014
...enhanced risk of fire spread today...
the combination of strong northwest winds and a drying air mass
will result in conditions favorable for the rapid spread of brush
fires...especially this afternoon.
relative humidity will be lowest this afternoon...dropping to 35
to 40 percent and winds will gust up to 40 mph. these conditions
would likely aid fire spread if ignition occurs.
if you spot a fire or smoke plume...please report it to the
authorities immediately.
$$
wwus82 krah 231108
spsrah
667
special weather statement
national weather service raleigh nc
708 am edt wed apr 23 2014
ncz007>011-021>028-038>043-073>078-083>086-088-089-232245-
person-granville-vance-warren-halifax-forsyth-guilford-alamance-
orange-durham-franklin-nash-edgecombe-davidson-randolph-chatham-
wake-johnston-wilson-stanly-montgomery-moore-lee-harnett-wayne-
anson-richmond-scotland-hoke-cumberland-sampson-
including the cities of...roxboro...oxford...butner...creedmoor...
henderson...norlina...warrenton...roanoke rapids...
winston-salem...greensboro...high point...burlington...graham...
chapel hill...carrboro...durham...louisburg...franklinton...
nashville...red oak...sharpsburg...spring hope...rocky mount...
lexington...thomasville...asheboro...archdale...trinity...
siler city...pittsboro...raleigh...cary...smithfield...clayton...
selma...benson...wilson...albemarle...troy...biscoe...
mount gilead...southern pines...pinehurst...aberdeen...
seven lakes...sanford...dunn...erwin...angier...lillington...
goldsboro...wadesboro...polkton...rockingham...hamlet...
east rockingham...laurinburg...raeford...rockfish...silver city...
fayetteville...clinton
708 am edt wed apr 23 2014
...increased fire danger across central north carolina today...
gusty winds from the northwest combined with a very dry air mass
will create conditions favorable for increased fire activity
today. northwest winds around 10 to 15 mph will gust to around 25
mph... and minimum relative humidity of around 25 percent is
expected. the drying effects of the wind will make dead grasses
and leaves potentially combustible from any ignition source...
such as a spark or discarded smoking material.
outdoor burning is strongly discouraged. any unattended fire
should be reported immediately to the local fire department.
$$
wwus82 krah 230815
spsrah
287
special weather statement
national weather service raleigh nc
415 am edt wed apr 23 2014
ncz007>011-021>028-038>043-073>078-083>086-088-089-232300-
person-granville-vance-warren-halifax-forsyth-guilford-alamance-
orange-durham-franklin-nash-edgecombe-davidson-randolph-chatham-
wake-johnston-wilson-stanly-montgomery-moore-lee-harnett-wayne-
anson-richmond-scotland-hoke-cumberland-sampson-
including the cities of...roxboro...oxford...butner...creedmoor...
henderson...norlina...warrenton...roanoke rapids...
winston-salem...greensboro...high point...burlington...graham...
chapel hill...carrboro...durham...louisburg...franklinton...
nashville...red oak...sharpsburg...spring hope...rocky mount...
lexington...thomasville...asheboro...archdale...trinity...
siler city...pittsboro...raleigh...cary...smithfield...clayton...
selma...benson...wilson...albemarle...troy...biscoe...
mount gilead...southern pines...pinehurst...aberdeen...
seven lakes...sanford...dunn...erwin...angier...lillington...
goldsboro...wadesboro...polkton...rockingham...hamlet...
east rockingham...laurinburg...raeford...rockfish...silver city...
fayetteville...clinton
415 am edt wed apr 23 2014
...increased fire danger across central north carolina today...
gusty winds from the northwest combined with a very dry air mass
will create conditions favorable for increased fire activity
today. northwest winds around 10 to 15 mph will gust to around 25
mph... and minimum relative humidity of around 25 percent is
expected. the drying effects of the wind will make dead grasses
and leaves potentially combustible from any ignition source...
such as a spark or discarded smoking material.
outdoor burning is strongly discouraged. any unattended fire
should be reported immediately to the local fire department.
$$
wwus85 kriw 231503
spsriw
153
special weather statement
national weather service riverton wy
850 am mdt wed apr 23 2014
wyz015>020-022-028>030-232100-
casper mountain-east sweetwater county-flaming gorge-
green mountains and rattlesnake range-lander foothills-
natrona county lower elevations-rock springs and green river-
upper wind river basin-wind river basin-wind river mountains east-
850 am mdt wed apr 23 2014
today...winds will increase out of the west 2o to 30
mph...with gusts of 40 to 50 mph. lightweight and high profile
vehicles should be especially cautious if traveling across the
region. the winds are expected to weaken later this evening.
$$
wwus85 kriw 231503
spsriw
wyz002-003-232100-
absaroka mountains-cody foothills-
850 am mdt wed apr 23 2014
today...winds will increase across the eastern slopes of the
absaroka mountains and adjacent cody foothills...with west to
southwest winds 2o to 30 mph...with gusts of 40 to 50 mph common. a
few areas where the crosswind will be strongest will be...near
cody...in the vicinity of clark...and near the junction of chief
joseph highway and highway 120 where gusts near 60 mph may occur.
lightweight and high profile vehicles should be especially cautious
if traveling through these areas today.
$$
wwus81 krlx 231550
spsrlx
899
special weather statement
national weather service charleston wv
1150 am edt wed apr 23 2014
vaz003-004-240000-
dickenson-buchanan-
including the cities of...clintwood...grundy...vansant
1150 am edt wed apr 23 2014
here is a fire danger statement issued in coordination with the
virginia department of forestry...
the combination of dry fuels...low relative humidities...and
occasional gusty winds will create an enhanced danger for
wildfires and brush fires this afternoon and evening.
open burning of any type is considered very hazardous at this time.
accidental escaped debris burns are the number one cause of
wildfires. also...be careful with heat and sparks while operating
any equipment...or smoking in wildland areas.
from february 15th through april 30th...virginia state law prohibits
debris burning in or within 300 feet of woodland or brushland between
the hours of midnight and 4 pm.
$$
wwus81 krnk 231547
spsrnk
485
special weather statement
national weather service blacksburg va
1147 am edt wed apr 23 2014
ncz001>006-018>020-vaz043>046-058-059-wvz042>045-240000-
ashe-alleghany nc-surry-stokes-rockingham-caswell-watauga-wilkes-
yadkin-henry-pittsylvania-campbell-appomattox-halifax-charlotte-
mercer-summers-monroe-greenbrier-
including the cities of...west jefferson...sparta...dobson...
danbury...eden...yanceyville...boone...wilkesboro...yadkinville...
martinsville...danville...lynchburg...appomattox...south boston...
keysville...bluefield...flat top...hinton...hix...union...
lewisburg...quinwood...duo...rainelle
1147 am edt wed apr 23 2014
...increased fire danger continues through late afternoon...
very dry and breezy conditions can be expected through late this
afternoon...with wind speeds of 10 to 20 mph...including wind
gusts to 25 mph...and humidity minimums of 15 to 25 percent.
these weather conditions...in combination with drying forest
fuels...will make for an increasing fire threat through late this
afternoon.
residents are urged to exercise caution handling any potential
ignition source. be sure to properly discard all smoking
materials. any dry grasses and tree litter that ignite will have
the potential to spread quickly. accidental escaped debris burns
are the number one cause of wildfires.
$$
wwus81 krnk 230940
spsrnk
325
special weather statement
national weather service blacksburg va
540 am edt wed apr 23 2014
ncz001>006-018>020-vaz043>046-058-059-wvz042>045-231745-
ashe-alleghany nc-surry-stokes-rockingham-caswell-watauga-wilkes-
yadkin-henry-pittsylvania-campbell-appomattox-halifax-charlotte-
mercer-summers-monroe-greenbrier-
including the cities of...west jefferson...sparta...dobson...
danbury...eden...yanceyville...boone...wilkesboro...yadkinville...
martinsville...danville...lynchburg...appomattox...south boston...
keysville...bluefield...flat top...hinton...hix...union...
lewisburg...quinwood...duo...rainelle
540 am edt wed apr 23 2014
...increased fire danger today...
a cold front passed through the region last night. this front
produced little or no rainfall. in its wake...dry breezy
conditions can be expected...with wind speeds of 10 to 20 mph...
wind gusts of 25 mph...and humidity minimums of 25 to 30 percent.
these weather conditions...in combination with drying forest
fuels...will make for an increasing fire threat this afternoon.
residents are urged to exercise caution handling any potential
ignition source. be sure to properly discard all smoking
materials. any dry grasses and tree litter that ignite will have
the potential to spread quickly. accidental escaped debris burns
are the number one cause of wildfires.
$$

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