(1 of 7) * AFFECTED AREA...In Washington, Fire Weather Zone 634 Southern Gifford Pinchot National Forest and Fire Weather Zone 635 Mt. Adams Ranger District of the Gifford-Pinchot National Forest. * THUNDERSTORMS...Isolated to scattered thunderstorms. * OUTFLOW WINDS...Gusts up to 40 mph possible. * IMPACTS...Frequent lightning and critically dry fuels may result in numerous fire starts. Thunderstorm outflow winds may result in erratic fire spread. (2 of 7) Scattered thunderstorms containing little to no rainfall will be possible over much of North Central Washington Wednesday afternoon and evening. Any thunderstorms have the potential to produce gusty outflow winds that could travel quite a distance from the thunderstorm source. Isolated thunderstorms are possible elsewhere across Eastern Washington and North Idaho. The National Weather Service in Spokane has issued a Red Flag Warning for abundant lightning, which is in effect from 11 AM Wednesday to midnight PDT Wednesday night. The Fire Weather Watch is no longer in effect. * Affected Area: Fire Weather Zone 696 East Washington Central Cascades, Fire Weather Zone 697 East Portion of North Cascades National Park/Lake Chelan National Recreation Area, Fire Weather Zone 698 East Washington North Cascades, Fire Weather Zone 699 Okanogan Highlands and Kettle Mountains, Fire Weather Zone 702 Colville Reservation, Fire Weather Zone 703 Okanogan Valley, Fire Weather Zone 704 Methow Valley, Fire Weather Zone 705 Foothills of Central Washington Cascades and Fire Weather Zone 706 Waterville Plateau. * Thunderstorms: Scattered thunderstorms with abundant lightning, LAL 6. * Outflow Winds: Gusty and erratic winds are possible with any thunderstorms that develop. The outflow winds could travel quite a distance from the core of the storm. * Impacts: Thunderstorms containing little to no rain combined with dry fuels will lead to the potential for new fire starts that may overwhelm initial attack capabilities. Gusty winds with thunderstorms will result in rapid fire spread with any new or existing fires. (3 of 7) Scattered thunderstorms containing little to no rainfall will be possible over much of North Central Washington Wednesday afternoon and evening. Any thunderstorms have the potential to produce gusty outflow winds that could travel quite a distance from the thunderstorm source. Isolated thunderstorms are possible elsewhere across Eastern Washington and North Idaho. The National Weather Service in Spokane has issued a Red Flag Warning for thunderstorms, which is in effect from noon Wednesday to midnight Wednesday night. * Affected Area: Fire Weather Zone 707 Western Columbia Basin and Fire Weather Zone 708 Eastern Columbia Basin - Palouse -Spokane Area. * Haines: High level haines of 6, which is very high. This means very dry and unstable conditions exist. * Humidity: 12 to 19 percent. * Outflow Winds: Gusty and erratic winds are possible with any thunderstorms that develop. Gusty winds from thunderstorms that develop over the Cascades and north central Washington could send an outflow boundary across the Columbia Basin, Palouse and Spokane area. * Thunderstorms: Thunderstorm coverage at this time looks to be isolated across the Basin, Palouse and Spokane area. * Impacts: Unstable conditions could lead to plume dominated fires. Rapid fire spread with any new or existing fires due to the gusty wind potential. These conditions may overwhelm initial attack capabilities. (4 of 7) * WHAT...Dangerously hot conditions. High temperatures 98 to 102 degrees accompanied by overnight lows in the mid 60s to around 70. This will pose a major risk of heat-related illness. * WHERE...Kittitas Valley and Yakima Valley. * WHEN...Until 10 PM PDT Thursday. * IMPACTS...Extreme heat will significantly increase the risk of heat-related illnesses for much of the population, especially those who are heat sensitive and those without effective cooling or adequate hydration. (5 of 7) * AFFECTED AREA...Fire Weather Zone 659 West Slopes of the Central Cascades Generally above 1500 Feet. * THUNDERSTORMS...Scattered thunderstorms with LAL 3 are expected to develop along and near the crest of the Cascades as early as late morning and most likely during the afternoon and evening hours. * OUTFLOW WINDS...Gusty and erratic winds are possible in the vicinity of any thunderstorms that develop. * IMPACTS...Scattered lightning in dry fuels can cause multiple fire starts. Thunderstorms can also bring sudden sharp wind shifts on existing fires, causing rapid changes in a fire's rate of spread and direction of spread. Thunderstorm outflow winds can be a threat for several hours following the start of a new lightning-caused fire. If a fire were to begin, air quality may diminish in the surrounding area. (6 of 7) * AFFECTED AREA...Fire Weather Zone 652 West Portion of the Olympic Mountains and Fire Weather Zone 661 East Portion of the Olympic Mountains. * THUNDERSTORMS...Scattered thunderstorms with LAL 3 are expected to develop early as late morning and most likely during the afternoon and evening hours. * OUTFLOW WINDS...Gusty and erratic winds are possible in the vicinity of any thunderstorms that develop. * IMPACTS...Scattered lightning in dry fuels can cause multiple fire starts. Thunderstorms can also bring sudden sharp wind shifts on existing fires, causing rapid changes in a fire's rate of spread and direction of spread. Thunderstorm outflow winds can be a threat for several hours following the start of a new lightning-caused fire. If a fire were to begin, air quality may diminish in the surrounding area. (7 of 7) * AFFECTED AREA...Fire Weather Zone 658 West Slopes of the North Cascades Generally above 1500 Feet. * THUNDERSTORMS...Scattered thunderstorms with LAL 3 are expected to develop along and near the crest of the Cascades as early as late morning and most likely during the afternoon and evening hours. * OUTFLOW WINDS...Gusty and erratic winds are possible in the vicinity of any thunderstorms that develop. * IMPACTS...Scattered lightning in dry fuels can cause multiple fire starts. Thunderstorms can also bring sudden sharp wind shifts on existing fires, causing rapid changes in a fire's rate of spread and direction of spread. Thunderstorm outflow winds can be a threat for several hours following the start of a new lightning-caused fire. If a fire were to begin, air quality may diminish in the surrounding area.
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honey pot Spokane, Krell, Washington, 444.125, KC7AAD Repeater

Krell - KC7AAD

Spokane, WA
Repeater ID: 53-299

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Downlink: 444.12500
Uplink: 449.12500
Offset: +5.0 MHz
County: Spokane
Grid: DN17IO
Call: KC7AAD
Use: OPEN
Op Status: ON-AIR On-Air
Coverage: Wide Area
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Sponsor: KC7AAD
FM: Yes; analog capable.
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Notes: PNW DMR Linked System
Coordination: IACC

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KC7AAD (registered) 2019-07-30 Removed tones and added webpage
KC7AAD (registered) 2017-11-29 Updated: Input, Landmark. Removed IRLP and AllStar Node numbers,


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