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SPOT FORECAST FOR I-75 MILE MARKER 44...FHP TROOP F
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MIAMI FL
939 PM EDT SAT JUL 26 2014

FORECAST IS BASED ON REQUEST TIME OF 2100 EDT ON JULY 26.
IF CONDITIONS BECOME UNREPRESENTATIVE, CONTACT THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE.

.DISCUSSION...
QUIET CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED THROUGH THE OVERNIGHT PERIOD WITH
THE BEST CHANCE OF SHOWERS REMAINING OVER THE ADJACENT ATLANTIC
WATERS. WINDS WILL REMAIN VERY LIGHT THROUGH THE OVERNIGHT HOURS
OUT OF THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. ALTHOUGH SLIGHTLY DRIER
CONDITIONS WILL BE EXPECTED TOMORROW...A FEW AFTERNOON SHOWERS AND
STORMS CAN`T BE RULED OUT THROUGH THE AFTERNOON HOURS.

.TONIGHT...

SKY/WEATHER.........PARTLY CLOUDY...THEN BECOMING CLEAR. A SLIGHT
                    CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS IN THE
                    EVENING.
MIN TEMPERATURE.....MIN 76.
MAX HUMIDITY........MAX 97 PERCENT.
LAL.................2 UNTIL 0200...THEN 1.
WIND (20 FT)........LIGHT WINDS.
MIXING HEIGHT.......2400 FT AGL...DECREASING TO 200-300 FT AGL IN
                    THE LATE EVENING AND OVERNIGHT.
TRANSPORT WINDS.....SOUTHWEST 0 TO 5 MPH.
DISPERSION INDEX....1.
LVORI...............7.
CHANCE OF PCPN......20 PERCENT.

TIME (EDT)      9 PM   11 PM  1 AM   3 AM   5 AM   7 AM
SKY (%).........59     14     14     14     5      5
WEATHER COV.....S CHC  S CHC  S CHC
WEATHER TYPE....RNSHWR RNSHWR RNSHWR NONE   NONE   NONE
TSTM COV........S CHC  S CHC  S CHC
TEMP............82     78     77     77     76     76
RH..............81     91     93     91     93     97
20 FT WIND......SW 2   SW 2   SW 2   W 1    W 1    W 1
20 FT WIND GUST.5
MIX HGT (FT)....2400   300    300    200    200    200
MIXNG WIND......SW 5   SW 2   SW 2   W 1    SW 0   SW 0
DISPERSION IDX..2      1      1      0      0      0
LVORI...........4      6      6      8      9      9
CHC OF PCPN (%).20     20     20     10     10     10
LAL.............2      2      2      1      1      1

.SUNDAY...

SKY/WEATHER.........MOSTLY SUNNY. A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND
                    THUNDERSTORMS...MAINLY IN THE AFTERNOON.
MAX TEMPERATURE.....MAX 93.
MIN HUMIDITY........MIN 51 PERCENT.
LAL.................2 UNTIL 1400...THEN 3.
WIND (20 FT)........LIGHT WINDS...BECOMING SOUTH AROUND 5 MPH EARLY
                    IN THE AFTERNOON...THEN BECOMING LIGHT LATE IN
                    THE AFTERNOON.
MIXING HEIGHT.......1800-3400 FT AGL...INCREASING TO 4500-5000 FT
                    AGL IN THE AFTERNOON.
TRANSPORT WINDS.....SOUTHWEST 1 TO 8 MPH.
DISPERSION INDEX....4...INCREASING TO 21 LATE IN THE MORNING...THEN
                    INCREASING TO 45 EARLY IN THE
                    AFTERNOON...DECREASING TO 34 LATE IN THE
                    AFTERNOON.
LVORI...............2.
CHANCE OF PCPN......30 PERCENT.

$$
FORECASTER...GIBBS
REQUESTED BY...SGT COOPER
TYPE OF REQUEST...WILDFIRE
.TAG 20140726.I75MI.01/MFL




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