Welcome to the SAFD Wildland Fire Program

Yesterday's Fire Weather

Today's Fire Weather

Keetch-Byram Drought Map

Burn Bans Map

Fire Danger

The various factors of fuels, weather, topography and risk are combined to assess the daily fire potential on an area. Fire danger is usually expressed in numeric or adjective terms. Most of us are familiar with the adjective terms low, moderate, high, very high and extreme. The fire danger rating of an area is a tool to help with the day to day “fire business” decisions. The above maps are simply that, tools. They are tools that can be used to start the process of informed decision making and awareness. Refer to the Fire Danger Color Guide for a description of the colors.

Yesterday’s fire danger is the actual observed data, Todays fire danger is a Forecast and like all forecast is on a prediction based on evidence and science. The KBDI represents the condition of the top 8 inches of soil, The Burn Ban map is for reference purposes only. Please check with the local authorities to determine official status of Burn Bans. This information is gathered in part from the NWCG, Texas A&M Forest Service and NOAA.

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Daily Weather

Daily Weather

Daily Weather

For today's current weather, please click on the button below to visit the national weather service.

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Today's Fire Danger Forecast

Today's Fire Danger Forecast

Temperature 78
Relative Humidity 68
Enegry Release Component 26
Burning Index 32
1,000-HR Fuel Moisture Content(THOU) 18
100-HR Fuel Moisture Content(HUN) 15
10-HR Fuel Moisture Content(TEN) 14
Fire Weather Forecast

Fire Weather Forecast

Weather Graphs

Weather Graphs

A Static Image of  Weather Line Graphs

The hourly weather graph is a graphical depiction of forecast trends such as temperature, humidity, wind speed and direction, over time. The hourly weather graph is an excellent indicator of not only changes in the weather but an approximate TIME and quality of the changes.

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