THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN POCATELLO HAS ISSUED A FIRE WEATHER WATCH IN EFFECT FROM FRIDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH FRIDAY EVENING FOR GUSTY WINDS AND LOW HUMIDITY FOR FIRE WEATHER. * AFFECTED AREA…THE CENTRAL IDAHO MOUNTAINS. * WIND…WIND GUSTS TO 25 TO 35 MPH FRIDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING. * HUMIDITY…DAYTIME HUMIDITY 8 TO 16 PERCENT. *
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN POCATELLO HAS ISSUED A RED FLAG WARNING…WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM NOON TODAY TO 9 PM MDT THIS EVENING. THE FIRE WEATHER WATCH IS NO LONGER IN EFFECT. * WIND…SOUTHWEST WIND GUSTS INCREASING AROUND NOON TO UP TO 35 MPH AND CONTINUING INTO THE EVENING HOURS BEFORE DISSIPATING. * HUMIDITY…MINIMUM
URGENT – FIRE WEATHER MESSAGE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE POCATELLO ID 421 PM MDT FRI JUL 15 2016 IDZ410-425-161030- /O.NEW.KPIH.FW.A.0001.160716T1800Z-160717T0300Z/ UPPER SNAKE RIVER VALLEY/IDAHO FALLS BLM- MIDDLE SNAKE RIVER VALLEY/TWIN FALLS BLM NORTH OF THE SNAKE RIVER- 421 PM MDT FRI JUL 15 2016 …FIRE WEATHER WATCH IN EFFECT FROM NOON SATURDAY THROUGH 9PM MDT SATURDAY
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