A fire map is planned for a next future:
Meanwhile you can visit this website which gives a global view of fires in the world:
That's probably something we can try.
The thing is that different model report different things.
I think that EC has all of model elevation, actual elevation and sfc temp while GFS only has actual? elevation.
I have chosen to use the model elevation when available because what's below probably do not make a lot of sense ?
Hi Peter. I am working on a flight planner, that you might find useful. The plugin calculates ground speed, from your IAS and Wind speed at your chosen alt, and determines the corrected ETE.
Can I ask: What is your airspeed ? (74kph). What are your waypoints?
I use the sfc temp +3 degree for now as an approx - probably too much in the morning or when the cloud cover is important.
The surface temperature reported by the model does not seem to work better (I may want to give it an another try later).
Does it answer your question or is the question more about the temperature gradient ?