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Burlington, Vermont, United States (05401)  Lat: 44.49N, Lon: 73.23W
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Special Weather Statements:
SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT
Issue Date: 519 AM EDT THU APR 24 2014
Expiration: 100 PM EDT THU APR 24 2014
...GUSTY WINDS AND LOW RELATIVE HUMITIES WILL INCREASE FIRE WEATHER CONCERNS TODAY...

RECENT DRY SPELL ACROSS THE CHAMPLAIN VALLEY AND SOUTHERN VERMONT
HAVE ALLOW FINE FUELS BELOW 1500 FEET TO DRY. THIS COMBINED WITH
GUSTY NORTHWEST WINDS UP TO 40 MPH...AND MINIMUM RELATIVE
HUMIDITY VALUES BETWEEN 25 AND 35 PERCENT...WILL INCREASE FIRE
CONCERNS THIS AFTERNOON. THE RELATIVE HUMIDITY VALUES WILL BE THE
LOWEST AND WINDS THE STRONGEST BETWEEN 1 PM AND 5 PM TODAY.

AREAS OF DRY FINE FUELS EXIST ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE NORTH
COUNTRY. GIVEN THE EXPECTED WEATHER CONDITIONS...ANY FIRES THAT
DO OCCUR COULD SPREAD QUICKLY...BURN INTENSELY...AND BE DIFFICULT
TO CONTAIN.


HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
Issue Date: 417 AM EDT THU APR 24 2014
Expiration: 500 AM EDT FRI APR 25 2014
THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR THE SAINT LAWRENCE VALLEY
AND NORTHWESTERN ADIRONDACKS IN NORTHERN NEW YORK...NORTHWEST AND
CENTRAL VERMONT...INCLUDING THE WESTERN SLOPES OF THE GREEN
MOUNTAINS AND BURLINGTON AREA.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT.

THE COMBINATION OF BREEZY NORTHWEST WINDS AT 15 TO 25 MPH WITH
GUSTS UP TO 40 MPH...MINIMUM RELATIVE HUMIDITY VALUES BETWEEN 25
AND 35 PERCENT...AND AREAS OF DRY FINE FUELS BELOW 1500 FEET WILL
INCREASE FIRE CONCERNS THIS AFTERNOON. THE RELATIVE HUMIDITY
VALUES WILL BE THE LOWEST AND WINDS THE STRONGEST BETWEEN 1 PM
AND 5 PM.

PORTIONS OF THE NORTH COUNTRY HAVE SEEN AROUND A QUARTER INCH OF
PRECIPITATION IN THE PAST FIVES DAYS...WHILE HIGH ELEVATIONS
REMAIN MOIST DUE TO SNOWMELT...KEEPING FUELS MORE MOIST. SOME
VALLEY LOCATIONS WITH LESS RECENT RAINFALL...HAVE ALLOWED FINE
FUELS TO DRY. GIVEN THE EXPECTED WEATHER CONDITIONS...ANY FIRES
THAT DO OCCUR COULD SPREAD QUICKLY...BURN INTENSELY...AND BE
DIFFICULT TO CONTAIN.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...FRIDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY.

NO HAZARDOUS WEATHER IS EXPECTED AT THIS TIME.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTER ACTIVATION IS NOT EXPECTED AT THIS TIME.



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Damage from Tropical Storm Irene in Keene, NY. NCPR file photo: Susan Waters
Damage from Tropical Storm Irene in Keene, NY. NCPR file photo: Susan Waters

Big storms coming? NYS has a plan (or several)

Gov. Andrew Cuomo gathered local leaders from around the state to talk about reaction to past storms, and to plan for the next ones.

Cuomo invited government leaders from Long Island, the North Country, Central New York and other locales who experienced damage from Hurricanes Irene, Lee and Sandy. They gathered to praise their past efforts to react to the storms, and to report on steps they are taking to prepare for future disastrous weather events.  Go to full article

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