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Coleman RAWS
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FIRE WEATHER POINT FORECAST MATRICES
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN ANGELO TX
412 AM CST TUE DEC 6 2016<br>

TXZ139-062230-
COLEMAN RAWS-COLEMAN TX
31.51N  99.66W ELEV. 1452 FT
412 AM CST TUE DEC 6 2016

DATE             TUE 12/06/16            WED 12/07/16            THU 12/08/16
UTC 3HRLY     09 12 15 18 21 00 03 06 09 12 15 18 21 00 03 06 09 12 15 18 21 00
CST 3HRLY     03 06 09 12 15 18 21 00 03 06 09 12 15 18 21 00 03 06 09 12 15 18

MAX/MIN                      51          39          62          28          36
TEMP             40 43 47 51 49 47 44 42 39 46 54 60 57 50 43 36 29 29 32 35 34
DEWPT            38 40 40 40 39 39 39 38 38 40 44 44 44 42 38 30 26 21 19 16 16
MIN/MAX RH                   66         100          52          88          43
RH               92 89 76 66 68 74 82 86 96 79 69 55 62 74 82 79 88 72 58 45 47
WIND DIR         NW  N NE  N NE NE  E SE SE  S SW  W  N NE  N  N  N  N  N  N  N
WIND SPD         10 10 12  8  5  3  3  3  3  5  8  6  4 10 17 17 17 16 13 11  9
CLOUDS           FW B1 B2 B2 B1 B1 B1 B1 B1 B1 B1 B1 B2 B2 B2 OV OV B2 B2 B1 B1
CLOUDS(%)        25 65 75 75 68 57 52 61 65 68 64 68 76 71 85 93 89 72 74 56 53
POP 12HR                      5           5           5          20          20
QPF 12HR                      0           0           0        0.01           0
DRIZZLE           O  O  O
FRZG RAIN                                                         S  S
RAIN                                                        S  S
RAIN SHWRS                                            S  S
SNOW                                                           S  S  S
OBVIS            PF PF PF
LAL                     1     1     1     1     1     1     1     1     1     1
HAINES                  6     2     5     5     5     5     4     3     3     4
MIX HGT              2300  2800  1500   300   900  1500   700  2200  2900  3500
T WIND DIR              N     N     E    SE     S    SW     N    NE    NE    NE
T WIND SPD             21    12     8     3     6     8    12    28    24    16
SMOKE DISP             FR    PR    PR    PR    PR    PR    PR    FR    FR    FR


DATE               FRI 12/09/16  SAT 12/10/16  SUN 12/11/16  MON 12/12/16
UTC 6HRLY     06   12 18 00 06   12 18 00 06   12 18 00 06   12 18 00
CST 6HRLY     00   06 12 18 00   06 12 18 00   06 12 18 00   06 12 18

MIN/MAX            21    42      32    59      43    63      40    60
TEMP          28   21 35 40 36   32 53 53 46   43 58 54 45   40 55 52
DEWPT         15   14 15 21 24   28 37 43 44   43 42 41 39   35 36 38
MAX/MIN RH         74    37      96    49     100    46      82    42
RH            58   74 43 46 61   85 54 69 93  100 55 61 79   82 49 59
PWIND DIR          NE    SE       S     S      SW    NW      NW     N
WIND CHAR         <15   <15     <15   <15     <15   <15     <15   <15
AVG CLOUDS    SC   FW FW FW FW   FW SC SC SC   SC FW FW FW   FW FW FW
POP 12HR            5     0       0     0       0     0       0     0

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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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