DESCRIPTIVE TEXT NARRATIVE FOR SMOKE/DUST OBSERVED IN SATELLITE IMAGERY
THROUGH 0100Z MARCH 25, 2006
Southeastern and southcentral U.S.: Numerous fires (presumably agricultural burns) with smoke plumes, can be seen in Oklahoma, eastern Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia. The plumes extend toward the southeast. Most plumes are of moderate density. Particularly large and/or dense plumes occur in southwestern San Augustine Co., Texas (extends into Louisiana), near the border of Carter and Murray Counties in Oklahoma, near the border of Pushmatahan and Atoka Counties in Oklahoma, northern Wilkinson Co. Mississippi, and in Cameron County and Winn County in Louisiana. A fire near the border of Tuscaloosa and Bibb Counties in Alabama has produced moderate smoke that has moved away from the fire, toward the southeast.