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P. Area Restriction in Effect Check if there are any restrictions in effect, such as road or area closures, especially those noted in Block 28. 35 Weather Concerns (synopsis of current and predicted weather; discuss related factors that may cause concern) Complete a short synopsis/discussion on significant weather factors that could cause concerns for the incident when relevant. Include current and/or predicted weather factors, and the timeframe for predictions. Include relevant factors such as: o Wind speed (label units, such as mph). o Wind direction (clarify and label where wind is coming from and going to in plain language – e.g., “from NNW,” “from E,” or “from SW”). o Temperature (label units, such as F). o Relative humidity (label %). o Watches. o Warnings. o Tides. o Currents. Any other weather information relative to the incident, such as flooding, hurricanes, etc. 36 Projected Incident Activity, Potential, Movement, Escalation, or Spread and influencing factors during the next operational period and in 12-, 24-, 48-, and 72-hour timeframes 12 hours 24 hours 48 hours 72 hours Anticipated after 72 hours Provide an estimate (when it is possible to do so) of the direction/scope in which the incident is expected to spread, migrate, or expand during the next indicated operational period, or other factors that may cause activity changes. Discuss incident potential relative to values at risk, or values to be protected (such as human life), and the potential changes to those as the incident changes. Include an estimate of the acreage or area that will likely be affected. If known, provide the above information in 12-, 24-, 48- and 72-hour timeframes, and any activity anticipated after 72 hours. 37 Strategic Objectives (define planned end-state for incident) Briefly discuss the desired outcome for the incident based on currently available information. Note any high-level objectives and any possible strategic benefits as well (especially for planned events). ADDITIONAL INCIDENT DECISION SUPPORT INFORMATION (continued) (PAGE 3)
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Block Number Block Title Instructions 38 Current Incident Threat Summary and Risk Information in 12-, 24-, 48-, and 72-hour timeframes and beyond. Summarize primary incident threats to life, property, communities and community stability, residences, health care facilities, other critical infrastructure and key resources, commercial facilities, natural and environmental resources, cultural resources, and continuity of operations and/or business. Identify corresponding incident- related potential economic or cascading impacts. 12 hours 24 hours 48 hours 72 hours Anticipated after 72 hours Summarize major or significant threats due to incident activity based on currently available information. Include a breakdown of threats in terms of 12-, 24-, 48-, and 72-hour timeframes.
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Block Number Block Title Instructions 39 Critical Resource Needs in 12-, 24-, 48-, and 72- hour timeframes and beyond to meet critical incident objectives. List resource category, kind, and/or type, and amount needed, in priority order: 12 hours 24 hours 48 hours
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