November 7, 2014

This will be the last fire danger report for the 2014 season.  Updates will be

issued as needed depending on weather and fuel conditions.  Any questions or

concerns regarding fuel conditions and/or fire danger should be directed to the

Division of Forests and Lands at 603-271-2214.

TODAY'S WEATHER 

Cloud Cover: mostly cloudy to cloudy skies with a chance of showers this morning.

 

Temperature:  upper 30s to upper 40s

 

Relative Humidity:  between 53 and 69 percent

 

Wind:  13 to 18 mph with gusts between 27 and 41 mph

 

Summary:  Rain showers will taper off this afternoon.  High pressure with cooler and drier air moves into the  region tomorrow.

 

  

TODAY'S PREDICTED FIRE DANGER



*See Class Day Definitions Below

FIRE DANGER  ZONES  PREDICTED  CLASS  DAY* 
One  1
Two 1
Three 1
Four 1
Five 1
Six 1
Seven 1
Eight 1
Nine 1
Ten 1
Eleven 1
Twelve 1
Thirteen 1


You can get the weekend fire weather by calling 

(866) 643-4737 or 603-271-2259

WHAT DOES THE CLASS DAY MEAN?
 

Class 1: Low 

Fires are not likely, it may be raining

Class 2: Moderate

Fires are possible in light fuels, day after a rain

Class 3: High

Fuels in open areas and sunny slopes may spread rapidly

Class 4: Very High

Fires start easily from all causes
Fires spread and increase in intensity rapidly
Spot fires occur
Fire will burn deep, except in the spring

Class 5: Extreme

Fires will spread very rapidly with severe spotting
Difficult to extinguish, mop-up requires a great deal of effort

Difficult to extinguish, mop-up requires a great deal of effort