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"Special Statement" ...Enhanced fire weather conditions this afternoon and evening... Wind gusts of 25 to 30 mph are expected this afternoon and evening... along with relative humidity values near 30 percent. The combination of the persistently dry conditions...gusty winds and low relative humidity will be conducive to the growth and spread of any fires that could develop. 430 am EDT Fri may 22 2015 ...Enhanced fire weather conditons this afternoon and evening... Wind gusts of 25 to 30 mph are expected this afternoon and evening... along with relative humidity values near 30 percent. The combination of the persistently dry conditions...gusty winds and low relative humidity will be conducive to the growth and spread of any fires that could develop. 430 am EDT Fri may 22 2015 ...Enhanced fire weather conditions this afternoon and evening... Wind gusts of 25 to 30 mph are expected this afternoon and evening... along with relative humidity values near 30 percent. The combination of the persistently dry conditions...gusty winds and low relative humidity will be conducive to the growth and spread of any fires that could develop. 430 am EDT Fri may 22 2015 ...Enhanced fire weather conditons this afternoon and evening... Wind gusts of 25 to 30 mph are expected this afternoon and evening... along with relative humidity values near 30 percent. The combination of the persistently dry conditions...gusty winds and low relative humidity will be conducive to the growth and spread of any fires that could develop. 430 am EDT Fri may 22 2015 ...Enhanced fire weather conditions this afternoon and evening... Wind gusts of 25 to 30 mph are expected this afternoon and evening... along with relative humidity values near 30 percent. The combination of the persistently dry conditions...gusty winds and low relative humidity will be conducive to the growth and spread of any fires that could develop. 430 am EDT Fri may 22 2015 ...Enhanced fire weather conditions this afternoon and evening... Wind gusts of 25 to 30 mph are expected this afternoon and evening... along with relative humidity values near 30 percent. The combination of the persistently dry conditions...gusty winds and low relative humidity will be conducive to the growth and spread of any fires that could develop. 430 am EDT Fri may 22 2015 ...Enhanced fire weather conditons this afternoon and evening... Wind gusts of 25 to 30 mph are expected this afternoon and evening... along with relative humidity values near 30 percent. The combination of the persistently dry conditions...gusty winds and low relative humidity will be conducive to the growth and spread of any fires that could develop. 430 am EDT Fri may 22 2015 ...Enhanced fire weather conditons this afternoon and evening... Wind gusts of 25 to 30 mph are expected this afternoon and evening... along with relative humidity values near 30 percent. The combination of the persistently dry conditions...gusty winds and low relative humidity will be conducive to the growth and spread of any fires that could develop. -- Friday May.22 15,09:00 PM Weather  |  LIRR  |  Traffic  |  Traffic Cams |  Weather News
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