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Turnagain Advisory
Thursday, March 23rd 2017
ARCHIVED ADVISORY - Advisories expire after 24 hours.
The avalanche danger is MODERATE on slopes steeper than 35 degrees and at all elevations. Human triggered slab avalanches 1-2+' thick are possible in areas that saw a foot or more of new snow from over the weekend. Triggering fast moving loose snow ‘sluffs’ will also be possible in steeper terrain. There are a few glide cracks out there, limit time underneath them and give cornices a wide berth. Summit Lake: Read the Saturday Summit Summary HERE.   …
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Summit Weekly Summary
Friday, March 17th 2017
ARCHIVED ADVISORY - Advisories expire after 24 hours.
The season of the thin snowpack continues as we still haven't seen any snowfall in the region since Feb 21st. Cold clear skies dominated this last week and the Summit Lake area saw little change. Early this week saw a couple of days with winds strong enough to transport loose snow, but there just isn't very much snow still available for transport. Since then conditions have remained calm with temperatures reaching into the low 20Fs during the day before cooling to below 0F at night. The last kn …
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