June 13, 2013
Weather Outlook: Normal Temperatures for June 14 – Juune 20, 2013.
For more information, please visit the National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center at http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov
Fire Outlook – Moderate to Light: The primary large fire potential threat will be over northern Los Angeles County and the Kern County
Mountains due to gusty winds. Winds should quickly decrease in these areas Friday morning. Initial
attach may be moderate through Friday, then light over the weekend into next week. For more information
visit the Southern California Geographic Area Coordination Center – you can obtain a 7-day forecast,
monthly, and/or seasonal at http://psgeodata.fs.fed.us/7day/action/forecast/8
National Fire Preparedness Level: 2 (On a scale of 1-5, with Level 5 being the highest level of fire
activity.) Description:Several Geographic Areas are experiencing high to extreme fire danger.
Wildland fire activity is increasing and large fires are occurring in one or more Geographic Areas.
Minimal mobilization of resources from other Geographic Areas is occurring. There is moderate
commitment of national resources with the potential to mobilize additional resources from other
Geographic Areas. For additional
information, please visit the National Interagency Fire Center’s website at http://www.nifc.gov