The Fire Weather program is used by land management personnel primarily for input in decision-making related to pre-suppression and other planning, that may impact firefighter safety, protection of the public and property, and resource allocation. The primary source of information is the routinely issued Fire Weather Planning Forecast. In Hawaii, this product is issued once a day around 5:30 am HST.
The Spot Forecasts are issued by WFO HFO at the request of and in support of wildfire suppression and natural resource management. These forecasts aid the land management and fire control agencies in protecting life and property during wildland fires, hazardous fuels reduction, and the rehabilitation and restoration of natural resources. Spot Forecasts can be issued for the first 36 hours.
- Fire Weather Planning Forecast (text)
- Graphic Forecast with Fire Weather Parameters (RH, Transport Winds, Mixing Heights)
- NWS Spot Forecast Request for Hawaii - Request a Spot Forecast Online
- NWS Spot Request Help
- NWS Spot Request Instructions
- Hawaii RAWs data summary
- Fire Weather Operations Plan Updated: 12/1969
- Hawaii Fire Weather Program Information
- National Fire Weather Program