Let the season begin!

Issued: Wed, Nov 02, 2016 at 12PM

Expires: Thu, Nov 03, 2016

Regular forecasts will begin in early November, or whenever regular observations start coming in. Please submit your observations if you head out into the snow!

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1,500 to 3,000ft None

Below 1,500ft None

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Avalanche season begins with the first layer of snow. The sliding surface can be slick grassy slopes under the new snow, or old firn/ice in glaciated areas and permanent snowfields. It’s time to dust off your beacons, shovels, probes, and skills. Start looking at the terrain with “Avalanche Eyeballs.” Early season can be a dangerous time of year. The danger will increase with any new snowfalls or wind events this month.

Posted in Western Chugach Forecasts.
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