Wildfire potential, September through December, 2011

Wildfire Outlook October - December 2011

The Predictive Services section at the National Interagency Fire Center has issued their National Wildland Significant Fire Potential Outlook for September through December, 2011. If their prediction holds true, it looks like average or below average wildfire potential for most of the United States, except for Texas, Oklahoma, and the southeast.

Wildfire Outlook September 2011Wildfire Outlook October - December 2011


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Author: Bill Gabbert

After working full time in wildland fire for 33 years, he continues to learn, and strives to be a Student of Fire.

One thought on “Wildfire potential, September through December, 2011”

  1. The year was 1970 and fall destructive wildfires have lit up Southern California. The public outcry was “why are those military cargo airplanes just sitting around when they could help fight these fires”? MAFF was born. (what ever that is worth). One of the wettest winters in recorded history in Northern California occurred in 1970, very simular to this winter up north. Will Santana and his men (fohem winds) ride into “town” this fall in Southern California as in 1970? Is there a near record rain north, strong fall winds south weather connection?


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