Haines Avalanche Center

Forecast as of 2019-04-11 at 08:00 am and expires on 2019-04-12

Above 2,500ftNone

1,500 to 2,500ftNone

Below 1,500ftNone

The Avy Rose shows the forecasted danger by elevation and aspect.

It adds more detail about where you are likely to find the dangers mentioned in the forecast. The inner circle shows upper elevations (mountain top), the second circle is middle elevations, and the outer circle represents lower elevations.

Think of the Rose as a birds-eye view of a mountain, looking down from above. The rose allows our forecasters to visually show you which parts of the mountain they are most concerned about.

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Degrees of Avalanche Danger

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Avalanche Problems

Problem 1

Wet Avalanches:

Likelihood:

  • Almost Certain
  • Very Likely
  • Likely
  • Possible
  • Unlikely

Size:

  • Historic
  • Very Large
  • Large
  • Small

Trend

  • Increasing
  • Steady
  • Decreasing

Weather

Freeze-Thaw conditions continue in the mountains. A generally stormy weather pattern looks to continue for the next week, with light-moderate precripiation coming in waves, and snow level around 2000-4000ft. 

Announcements

This will be the last forecast for the 2018/2019 season. However, avalanche season is definitely not over. See the forecast details for more info.