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BMBB91 KFFC 242007
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A SPOT FORECAST REQUEST HAS JUST BEEN RECEIVED FOR A HAZMAT INCIDENT
NAMED "cruse rd command"

           PRIORITY:  IMMEDIATE
               DATE:  7/24/14
               TIME:  1607
       PROJECT NAME:  cruse rd command
       PROJECT TYPE:  HAZMAT
  REQUESTING AGENCY:  Gwinnettcounty fire
REQUESTING OFFICIAL:  Daniel
     REQUEST REASON:  PUBLIC SAFETY
                FAX:
    EMERGENCY PHONE:  (678) 518-5020
           LOCATION:
              STATE:
               DLAT:   33.95
               DLON:    84.05
           EXPOSURE:  0
          FUEL TYPE:  ammiona
         SHELTERING:  FULL
   BOTTOM ELEVATION:  1004
      TOP ELEVATION:  1004
       SIZE (ACRES):  1

WEATHER CONDITIONS AT PROJECT OR FROM NEARBY STATIONS
 ELEV= TIME= WIND= T= TW= RH= TD=
 ELEV= TIME= WIND= T= TW= RH= TD=
 ELEV= TIME= WIND= T= TW= RH= TD=
 ELEV= TIME= WIND= T= TW= RH= TD=

...REMARKS...
I would like a hysplit and spot forecast for this location. Give the
spot forecast for every 2 hours, I have had this problem in the past
and when I put in the Lat and Long it puts me somewhere else in the
state. Pleas correct this error for my current address, thanks

...WEATHER PARAMETERS REQUESTED...
           SKY / WEATHER: 1,1,0
             TEMPERATURE: 1,1,0
       RELATIVE HUMIDITY: 1,1,0
            20 FOOT WIND: 1,1,0
  CHANCE OF WETTING RAIN: 1,1,0
LIGHTNING ACTIVITY LEVEL: 1,1,0
        SMOKE DISPERSION: 1,1,0

SITE:  FFC
OFILE:  20140724.CRUSE.01
TIMEZONE:  EST5EDT




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