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Last Day for Forecast Indices for 9/29/2019 Call if you have any questions.

Prepardness Definitions
1 = Light 2 = Medium 3 = Full 4 = Critical
Daily Prepardness Levels
Geographic Area Prepardness level
SCIIDC 1
Great Basin 1
National 1

NFDR West (Horse & Twin Butte)
Saylor Creek Range BI =26
Fire Danger Areas

Definition for Response Levels

Response levels are established to assist fire managers in determining an appropriate response to a new fire report. These are based upon Burning Index and Energy Release Component and are calculated daily. The range of values of each index is separated by decision points, resulting in four classifications: Light, Medium, and Full. Each Response level dictates a pre-planned "run card" consisting of a certain configuration of resouces.

Definition for Adjective Fire Danger Rating

Adjective Ratings are intended to inform the public of the relative severity of the current fire danger situation. Adjective Fire Danger Rating has 5 classes: Low, Moderate, high, Very High and Extreme. Adjective Fire Danger Ratings are also detemined on a daily basis.

SCIIDC Daily Indices
Fire Danger Rating Area RAWS Stations Woody Fuel Moisture 10 hr Fuel Moisture 100 hr Fuel Moisture 1000 hr Fuel Moisture Spread Componemt (SC) Energy Release Component (ERC) Burning Index Response Level Adjective Rating
NFDR-North Stanley-N. Fork -Fleck 136 23 21 18 5 21 25 Light Low
NFDR-Central Deer Haven-Ohio-
Gulch
93 15 16 12 8 43 12 Light Low
NFDR-East Potter Butte-Rock Lake-Raft River 107 16 18 14 10 35 8 Light Low
NFDR-West Horse Butte-Twin Butte 81 11 12 11 11 53 26 Light Low
NFDR-South Bull Springs-Moberg- Canyon-Goose Creek- 136 21 24 17 6 19 20 Light Low