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Announcements

Turnagain Advisory
Sunday, February 18th 2018
The avalanche danger is MODERATE above 1,000' on all aspects. Human triggered slab avalanches 1-2' thick or more remain possible. These could be either shallow old wind slabs or larger slabs that break in old weak layers deeper in the snowpack.  The Summit Lake area has seen more avalanche activity over the past week. Take a look at the Summit Summary HERE.  …
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Summit Weekly Summary
Saturday, February 17th 2018
ARCHIVED ADVISORY - Advisories expire after 24 hours.
Summit Lake has generally thin, weak, and upside down snowpack. This week 7-9” of new snow combined with periods of strong winds have added a little more stress to weak layers buried within the snow.  A handful of natural avalanches occurred in wind loaded areas, including a large avalanche on a Southeast aspect of Fresno that looks like it stepped down into deeper layers. Strong winds from a variety of directions have also triggered several wind slabs on all aspects.    This weekend clear …
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