Fire Weather Current Conditions

Data last updated: January 20, 2020, 12:00:00 PM (Pacific Standard Time)
Station
Name
Temp
(°C)
Rh
(%)
Wspd
(kph)
Dir
(°)
Rn24
(mm)
FFMCDMCDCISIBUIFWIDSRBC Dgr
14G FWx6993.72619.1440.900.800001
Martin's Gulch FWx9.29302789.45.701.400001
North Basin FWx8.69503377.114        

3 Day Reports

14G FWx

DateTemp
(°C)
Rh
(%)
Wspd
(kph)
Dir
(°)
Rn24
(mm)
FFMCDMCDCISIBUIFWIDSRBC Dgr
Jan 20, 20206993.72619.1440.900.800001
Jan 19, 20204.11003.628623.881.600.400001
Jan 18, 20201.810061371.27128.10000001

Martin's Gulch FWx

DateTemp
(°C)
Rh
(%)
Wspd
(kph)
Dir
(°)
Rn24
(mm)
FFMCDMCDCISIBUIFWIDSRBC Dgr
Jan 20, 20209.29302789.45.701.400001
Jan 19, 20205.1100035022.0990.200.600001
Jan 18, 20204.110003334.57312.200.400001

North Basin FWx

DateTemp
(°C)
Rh
(%)
Wspd
(kph)
Dir
(°)
Rn24
(mm)
FFMCDMCDCISIBUIFWIDSRBC Dgr
Jan 20, 20208.69503377.114        
Jan 19, 20204.91003.229415.75        
Jan 18, 20203.1990.526510.668        

NOTES:

  • Values in the Forest Fire Weather Indices and Danger Class are based on Temperature (Temp), Relative Humidity (Rh), Wind speed (Wspd) and direction (Dir) and amount of rain in the last 24 hours (Rn24).
  • Definitions and an explanation of the Forest Fire Indices can be found in the Canadian Forest Fire Weather Index (FWI) System. The values in the FWI are used to determine a Forest Fire Danger Class (BC Dgr).
  • Forest Fire Danger Class (BC Dgr) values are: 1 - Very Low, 2 - Low, 3 - Moderate, 4 - High, and 5 - Extreme
  • Refer to map for locations of stations.
  • Due to time constraints all data on this sheet is provided immediately after retrieval from automated sensors, and before any manual quality assurance checks are performed.
  • All calculations and data processing tasks are performed using StreamTrac by Forest Technology Systems to the specifications outlined in the Canadian Forest Fire Danger Rating System (CFFDRS).
  • Examples of the sensors used to collect weather data are available on the Forest Technology Systems website.