May 22, 2015

 

This website will not be updated during the Holiday Weekend.  To get the daily fire weather please call:

1-866-643-4737 or 603-271-2259

 

TODAY'S WEATHER 

Cloud Cover: partly cloudy to mostly clear skies with a slight

 

Temperature: upper 50s to lower 70s

 

Relative Humidity: between 25 and 45 percent

 

Wind: range from 12 to 14 mph with gusts between 23 and 33 mph

 

Summary: Gusty winds and dry conditions will keep the fire danger high for most of the State today.  Stronger winds and drier air are expected for tomorrow.

 

 

  

TODAY'S PREDICTED FIRE DANGER



*See Class Day Definitions Below

FIRE DANGER  ZONES  PREDICTED  CLASS  DAY* 
One  3
Two 3
Three 3
Four 3
Five 3
Six 3
Seven 3
Eight 3
Nine 3
Ten 3
Eleven 3
Twelve 3
Thirteen 2


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