Fire Weather Forecasting: Clear Communications, Second Edition

Fire Weather Forecasting: Clear Communications, Second Edition
  1. Identify fire weather partners and their needs based on job function and agency
  2. Describe the spectrum of operational urgency from supporting multi-day planning activities to issuing lifesaving updates and warnings
  3. Proactively communicate with forecasters, partners and stakeholders including other offices, Regional/National Centers, IMETs, and Geographic Coordination Center Meteorologists to ensure that a consistent message is created/communicated to the public
  4. Tailor relevant meteorological information to reflect temporal and spatial resolution and uncertainty
  5. Utilize clear and pertinent language in text-based products to effectively convey hazards and/or other weather of interest
  6. Develop appropriate products and social media messages to communicate fire weather information to varying audiences including the public