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A SPOT FORECAST REQUEST HAS JUST BEEN RECEIVED FOR A PRESCRIBED FIRE
NAMED "Homecoming Fireworks"

           PRIORITY:  IMMEDIATE
               DATE:  10/6/14
               TIME:  2100
       PROJECT NAME:  Homecoming Fireworks
       PROJECT TYPE:  PRESCRIBED
  REQUESTING AGENCY:  USF St Petersburg
REQUESTING OFFICIAL:  Guy VanAsten
     REQUEST REASON:  PUBLIC SAFETY
                FAX:  (727) 873-4194
    EMERGENCY PHONE:  (727) 873-4280
           LOCATION:
              STATE:
               DLAT:   27.76167
               DLON:    82.63669
           EXPOSURE:  0
          FUEL TYPE:  fireworks
         SHELTERING:  UNSHELTERED
   BOTTOM ELEVATION:  0
      TOP ELEVATION:  0
       SIZE (ACRES):  30.0

WEATHER CONDITIONS AT PROJECT OR FROM NEARBY STATIONS
ST PETERSBURG FL ELEV=12 TIME=1959 WIND=008 T=83 TW=81 RH=92 TD= sunny
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...REMARKS...
USF St Petersburg will be conducting a fireworks display on October
6th at 9:00pm local time. The event will last approximately 30
minutes. Forecsat infomation for that event is requested. Thank you.

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

SITE:  TBW
OFILE:  20141006.HOMEC.01
TIMEZONE:  EST5EDT




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