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Coleman RAWS
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FIRE WEATHER POINT FORECAST MATRICES
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN ANGELO TX
311 AM CDT WED MAY 25 2016<br>

TXZ139-252215-
COLEMAN RAWS-COLEMAN TX
31.51N  99.66W ELEV. 1452 FT
311 AM CDT WED MAY 25 2016

DATE             WED 05/25/16            THU 05/26/16            FRI 05/27/16
UTC 3HRLY     09 12 15 18 21 00 03 06 09 12 15 18 21 00 03 06 09 12 15 18 21 00
CDT 3HRLY     04 07 10 13 16 19 22 01 04 07 10 13 16 19 22 01 04 07 10 13 16 19

MAX/MIN                      87          72          85          67          87
TEMP          75 74 80 84 87 85 78 75 73 72 78 82 85 83 75 71 68 67 76 83 87 84
DEWPT         72 72 73 73 69 67 72 71 71 70 69 70 68 67 69 68 68 66 68 67 62 59
MIN/MAX RH                   50          90          55          98          37
RH            90 93 79 70 55 55 82 86 93 93 74 66 57 60 82 90100 98 76 58 44 42
WIND DIR       S  S  S  S  S  S  S  S  S  S  S  S  S  S  S  S  S  S  S SW SW SW
WIND SPD      10 10 11 12 12 11 10 10 10 10 11 12 13 12 11 10  8  6  8  9 10  9
CLOUDS        B1 B2 B2 B2 B2 B1 B2 OV B2 OV OV OV B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B2 B1 SC SC
CLOUDS(%)     67 72 79 76 72 69 84 92 87 91 90 90 79 77 86 86 82 84 71 59 42 26
POP 12HR                     10          40          60          70          50
QPF 12HR                      0        0.12        0.40        1.91        0.28
RAIN SHWRS                    C  C  C  C  L  L  L  L  L  L  L  L  C  C  C  C
TSTMS                         C  C  C  C  L  L  L  L  L  L  L  L  C  C  C  C
LAL                     1     1     3     3     3     3     4     4     3     2
HAINES                  5     6     6     6     6     5     5     5     3     4
MIX HGT              3500  4600  3300  1000  4200  5100  2800  1200  4500  6800
T WIND DIR              S     S     S     S     S     S     S     S     S    SW
T WIND SPD             19    18    16    17    19    20    19    17    14    16
SMOKE DISP             FR    GD    PR    PR    GD    GD    FR    PR


DATE          SAT 05/28/16 SUN 05/29/16 MON 05/30/16 TUE 05/31/16
UTC 6HRLY     06 12 18 00 06 12 18 00 06 12 18 00 06 12 18 00
CDT 6HRLY     01 07 13 19 01 07 13 19 01 07 13 19 01 07 13 19

MIN/MAX            65      88      67      85      66      85      65      86
TEMP          70 65 83 85 71 67 81 83 70 66 81 82 69 65 82 84
DEWPT         58 64 65 63 67 66 67 66 67 65 64 64 65 64 66 65
MAX/MIN RH
RH            66 98 54 48 86 97 63 56 90 97 57 55 87 97 59 53
PWIND DIR           S       S      SE      SE      SE       S      SE       S
WIND CHAR         <15     <15     <15     <15     <15     <15     <15     <15
AVG CLOUDS    SC SC SC SC SC SC B1 B1 B2 B2 B2 B2 B1 B1 B1 B2
POP 12HR           10      20      30      40      50      60      30      40

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BELOW IS A WEATHER ELEMENT KEY FOR THIS PRODUCT

DAY 1 THROUGH 3...
MAX/MIN TEMP OR MIN/MAX TEMP(F).....MAXIMUM/MINIMUM AIR TEMPERATURE
TEMP(F).............................AIR TEMPERATURE
DEWPT(F)............................DEW POINT TEMPERATURE
MIN/MAX RH OR MAX/MIN RH(%).........MAXIMUM/MINIMUM HUMIDITY
RH(%)...............................RELATIVE HUMIDITY
WIND DIR(8 POINT COMPASS)...........20 FT. WIND DIRECTION
WIND DIR DEG(DEGREES)...............20 FT. WIND DIRECTION IN TENS OF DEGREES
                                    RELATIVE TO DUE NORTH.
     EXAMPLE: 09 = 90 DEGREES = EAST; 18 = 180 DEGREES = SOUTH;
              27 = 270 DEGREES = WEST; 36 = 360 DEGREES = NORTH
WIND SPD(MPH).......................20 FT. WIND SPEED
WIND GUST(MPH)......................20 FT. WIND GUST
WIND CHILL..........................WIND CHILL TEMPERATURE
HEAT INDX...........................HEAT INDEX
CLOUDS(CAT).........................CLOUD COVER CATEGORY
     EXAMPLE: CL = CLEAR; FW = FEW; SC = SCATTERED;
              B1 = MOSTLY CLOUDY; B2 = CONSIDERABLE CLOUDS; OV = OVERCAST
CLOUDS(%)...........................CLOUD COVER AS A PERCENTAGE
POP 12HR(%).........................PROBABILITY FOR ACCUMULATING PRECIPITATION
QPF 12HR(IN)........................LIQUID EQUIVALENT PRECIPITATION AMOUNT
WEATHER...
     TYPE...
       RAIN...........RAIN
       RAIN SHWRS.....RAIN SHOWERS
       TSTMS..........THUNDERSTORMS
       DRIZZLE........DRIZZLE
       SNOW...........SNOW
       SNOWSHWRS......SNOW SHOWERS
       SLEET..........SLEET
       FLURRIES.......FLURRIES
       FRZG RAIN......FREEZING RAIN
       FRZG DRZL......FREEZING DRIZZLE
     COVERAGE...
       S..............SLIGHT CHANCE
       C..............CHANCE
       L..............LIKELY
       O..............OCCASIONAL
       D..............DEFINITE
       AR.............AREAS
       PA.............PATCHY
OBVIS...............................OBSTRUCTION TO VISIBILITY
     TYPE...
       F..............FOG
       PF.............PATCHY FOG
       F+.............DENSE FOG
       H..............HAZE
       BS.............BLOWING SNOW
       K..............SMOKE
       BD.............BLOWING DUST
       AF.............VOLCANIC ASHFALL
LAL(CAT)............................LIGHTNING ACTIVITY LEVEL
MIX HGT(FT AGL).....................MIXING HEIGHT
T WIND DIR(8 POINT COMPASS).........TRANSPORT WIND DIRECTION
T WIND SPD(MPH).....................TRANSPORT WIND SPEED
ADI (INDEX).........................ATMOSPHERIC DISPERSION INDEX
DISPERSION..........................LDSI
MAX LVORI...........................LVORI
STA PRES (INCHES MERCURY)...........STATION PRESSURE
ADI (INDEX).........................ATMOSPHERIC DISPERSION INDEX
CEILING (FT)........................CEILING
STABILITY (CAT).....................PASQUILL TURNER STABILITY
WATCH/WARNING/ADVISORY...
     EXAMPLE: W = WARNING; Y = ADVISORY; A = WATCH
     IN EFFECT FOR THE INDICATED HOUR

DAY 4 THROUGH 7...
MAX/MIN TEMP OR MIN/MAX TEMP(F).....MAXIMUM/MINIMUM AIR TEMPERATURE
TEMP(F).............................AIR TEMPERATURE
DEWPT(F)............................DEW POINT TEMPERATURE
RH(%)...............................RELATIVE HUMIDITY
WIND SPD(MPH).......................20 FT. WIND SPEED
     EXAMPLE: <15 = LESS THAN 15 MPH; 15> = 15 MPH OR GREATER
AVE CLOUDS(CAT).....................AVERAGE CLOUD COVER CATEGORY
POP 12HR(%).........................PROBABILITY FOR ACCUMULATING PRECIPITATION
WEATHER...
     SEE DAY 1 THROUGH 3 WEATHER DESCRIPTIONS



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