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It has been an amazing winter. As Spring comes in, HAC will continue weekend forecasts until the end of April.
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This year's forecasting program was made possible by our sponsors and donors. A ** special thanks ** goes out to our Gold Level sponsors! These organizations are a part of the community of riders, skiers, snowmachiners, and professionals that make Haines such a special place for winter recreation. They've shown their commitment to make Haines a safer, stronger winter destination for all. Please visit them (and all of our sponsors) to enjoy the services they provide in our town.
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**You too** can be a sponsor of winter safety in Haines! Get in touch to become a sponsor for next winter!
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It has been an amazing winter. As Spring comes in, HAC will continue weekend forecasts until the end of April. 
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This years forecasting program was made possible by our sponsors and donors. A ** special thanks ** goes out to our Gold Level sponsors! These organizations are a part of the community of riders, skiers, snowmachiners, and professionals that make Haines such a special place for winter recreation. Theyve shown their commitment to make Haines a safer, stronger winter destination for all. Please visit them (and all of our sponsors) to enjoy the services they provide in our town.
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**You too** can be a sponsor of winter safety in Haines! Get in touch to become a sponsor for next winter!

Free meteorology lesson tonight! Erik will be presenting about our local microclimates, via Zoom. Learn about how and why our microclimates form, and bring your questions/experiences to share. Details and link below:Tonight (Apr 8) at 7pm. Haines Micro-Climates: Simplicity and Complexity, with Erik Stevens from the Haines Avalanche Center

Zoom ID: 846 7501 9591
Passcode: 571834

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Free meteorology lesson tonight! Erik will be presenting about our local microclimates, via Zoom. Learn about how and why our microclimates form, and bring your questions/experiences to share. Details and link below:

Observed an impressive D3 natural slide in the Transitional Zone today, on a steep unsupported S/SE aspect at about 4500ft. Appears to have occurred today with direct solar radiation on the slope. This is an indication of the wide propagation potential and deep slab nature of our tricky persistent slab problem. South aspects should be considered highly suspect during times of solar radiation. Other aspects will likely also get into the action as temperatures warm up this spring. ... See MoreSee Less

Observed an impressive D3 natural slide in the Transitional Zone today, on a steep unsupported S/SE aspect at about 4500ft. Appears to have occurred today with direct solar radiation on the slope. This is an indication of the wide propagation potential and deep slab nature of our tricky persistent slab problem. South aspects should be considered highly suspect during times of solar radiation. Other aspects will likely also get into the action as temperatures warm up this spring.
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