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Fire Weather Outlook For Day 2

Weather Information - Fire Weather Outlook For Day 2

The following weather related information courtesy of Australian Bureau of Meteorology
Copyright Commonwealth of Australia

IDT13132

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Tasmania

Fire Weather Forecast for Tasmania
for Sunday 26 March 2017

Issued at 4:15 pm EDT on Thursday 23 March 2017.

Forecasts are issued regularly: Please ensure you have the latest version.

Summary

District District FFDI District Rating Percent Coverage Fire Weather Warning
King Island 3 Low-Moderate 100  
Furneaux Islands 3 Low-Moderate 100  
North West Coast 4 Low-Moderate 100  
Central North 7 Low-Moderate 100  
North East 6 Low-Moderate 100  
East Coast 6 Low-Moderate 100  
Midlands 7 Low-Moderate 100  
Upper Derwent Valley 8 Low-Moderate 100  
South East 6 Low-Moderate 100  
Central Plateau 5 Low-Moderate 100  
Western 5 Low-Moderate 100  

* Ratings and Total Fire Ban information are provided in conjunction with Fire Authorities.

* District FDI is the representative peak FDI in the district for that fuel type. 10% of the district has a max FDI higher than this value.

* Percent Coverage is the percentage of the District that falls in or above the District Rating threshold.

Sunday

Fine apart from possible morning showers about the north and southwest, redeveloping in the north during the evening. Light winds and afternoon sea breezes, tending northeasterly during the evening.

District Weather Elements
for Sunday 26 March 2017

Issued at 4:15 pm EDT on Thursday 23 March 2017.

District TAL cHaines Prob Rain >1mm Prob Rain >5mm 1500m Wind (km/h) Mix Height (m)
King Island 0 5 10 < 5 NW 10 1100
Furneaux Islands 0 4 < 5 < 5 W 15 800
North West Coast 0 2 15 < 5 N 10 1500
Central North 0 3 10 < 5 NW 10 1800
North East 0 3 15 < 5 WNW 15 1900
East Coast 0 2 < 5 < 5 WNW 10 1800
Midlands 0 2 < 5 < 5 NNW 10 2000
Upper Derwent Valley 0 2 < 5 0 NW 10 2000
South East 0 3 < 5 < 5 W 10 1700
Central Plateau 0 2 5 < 5 NNW 10 2100
Western 0 2 < 5 < 5 NNW 10 2000