Anderson

 Special Statement  Statement as of 9:29 PM EDT on April 22, 2014


... Patchy frost Wednesday morning and elevated fire danger
Wednesday afternoon and early evening...

Temperatures are expected to drop into the mid 30s during the pre-
dawn hours Wednesday morning. These cold temperatures combined with
light winds and shallow low level moisture may result in patchy frost
in sheltered locations and typical cold spots just before sunrise
Wednesday morning.

The combination of dry air... steady north winds... and dry small
fuels will lead to an increased wildfire danger Wednesday.
Relative humidity values are expected to drop into the mid 20
percent range Wednesday afternoon and remain low through early
Wednesday evening before recovering. Use extreme caution if
burning outdoors Wednesday afternoon and early evening... or
perhaps consider another time to burn if possible.



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