Skip Navigation 
NOAA logo - Click to go to the NOAA homepage National Weather Service Forecast Office   NWS logo - Click to go to the NWS homepage
WFO Greenville-Spartanburg, SC

Local forecast by
"City, St"
Fire Weather Point Forecast Matrices (PFW)
Disclaimer: This product is for planning and review purposes only and is not to be substituted for an official fire weather spot forecast. The data displayed are calculated from a 2.5 by 2.5 km digital database and only approximates weather conditions in highly varying terrain. Please relay any comments you have to the NWS via email at

Click a icon on the map to display the forecast for that county, or scroll down the page for text links to all the forecasts

Fire Weather Point Forecast Matrices (PFW)
Chattooga #1 1,500 feet TEXT
Tallulah #1 2,728 feet TEXT
Andrew Pickens 1,650 feet TEXT
Kings Mountain 820 feet TEXT
Whitmire 565 feet TEXT
Seven Mile Ridge 2,150 feet TEXT
Busick 2,892 feet TEXT
Cheoah 2,000 feet TEXT
Davidson River 3,200 feet TEXT
Grandfather 1,600 feet TEXT
Guion Farm 2,600 feet TEXT
Highlands 3,915 feet TEXT
Jackson County 2,800 feet TEXT
Mountain Island Lake 500 feet TEXT
North Cove 2,657 feet TEXT
Rutherford County 1,056 feet TEXT
Taylorsville 1,190 feet TEXT
Franklin 2,160 feet TEXT
Cow Mountain 2,395 feet TEXT
Tow String 2,927 feet TEXT
Cherokee 3,400 feet TEXT
Jessen 3,634 feet TEXT
IP Station 5,291 feet TEXT
Burnsville Tower 2,702 feet TEXT
Mount Mitchell State Park 6,200 feet TEXT
Taylorsville Tower 1,167 feet TEXT
Frying Pan Mountain 5,320 feet TEXT
Mountain Res Station 2,755 feet TEXT
Piedmont Res Station 703 feet TEXT
Wayah Bald Mountain 5,469 feet TEXT
Bearwallow Mountain 4,219 feet TEXT
Mountain Horticulture CRS 2,067 feet TEXT

National Weather Service
Weather Forecast Office Greenville-Spartanburg
GSP International Airport
1549 GSP Drive
Greer, SC 29651
(864) 848-3859
Questions or Comments? Send us email
Page last modified: March 20, 2013

Information Quality
Privacy Policy
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
About Us
Career Opportunities