Winter / Early Spring – Wind Is A Major Weather Event

day1otlk_fire Grin.. the following National Weather Service Warning sounds bad, however for those of us the live in Southwest Oklahoma and Northeast Texas are accustom to these late winter/early spring weather conditions. We insure small and light weight items are moved indoors or hehehe… tied and or nailed down so after the winds die down, we don’t need to search for missing patio chairs, tables.

High winds and low humidity is always a bad combination. Anyone that lives in the country rolls out water hoses and is prepared to fight grass/brush fires should one come near our homes or out buildings.

…EXTREMELY CRITICAL FIRE WEATHER AREA FOR PORTIONS OF THE SOUTHERN
AND CENTRAL GREAT PLAINS…
…SYNOPSIS…
WIDESPREAD CRITICAL TO EXTREMELY CRITICAL FIRE-WEATHER CONDITIONS ARE FORECAST ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE CENTRAL AND SOUTH-CENTRAL UNITED STATES…

STRONG DOWNSLOPE FLOW ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE GREAT PLAINS. WINDS OF 50-60 MPH IS FORECAST. MUCH-ABOVE-NORMAL TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED…WITH NEAR-RECORD/RECORD-EXCEEDING READINGS. HUMIDITY FROM 4 TO 10 PERCENT ACROSS MUCH OF THE AREA.
THE ABUNDANCE OF VERY DRY FUELS ACROSS THE REGION OWING TO A DEARTH OF RECENT PRECIPITATION. THE POTENTIAL FOR DANGEROUSLY RAPID FIRE SPREAD WILL EXIST.

Winds are predicted to move out of my area by early evening hours, Sooo…. Pictures will be posted if I can keep from being blown off my ladder, of my homemade window bird feeder station.

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One response to “Winter / Early Spring – Wind Is A Major Weather Event

  1. I love reading weather reports, but I hope you all stay safe out there.

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