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Forecast as of 04/15/2019 at 12:00 am and expires on 11/01/2019

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Forecast Center Observation

Date2019-12-14
LocationJuneau
ObserverAlex B
AvalancheN

General Observations

Skied Wedding Bowl on Mt. Ben Stuart. Lower wedding bowl had an ice crust that was smooth on top, with 1.5 inches of new snow above the crust. The new snow was wind affected, cohesive, and poorly bonded to the crust below. In upper wedding bowl, the new snow had more of a substantial crust,…

 
Date2019-03-08
LocationJuneau
ObserverBrooke Keller
AvalancheN

General Observations

Grandchild's bowl base camp, sky is partly cloudy to clear. The temp. is 30F, and freezing is at sea level. Wind is light and variable with no precipitation. An incoming front is expected to start in the evening and continue until morning. Main concerns are a PWL at 35-40cm below snow surface. However, the hard slab…

 
Date2019-03-08
LocationJuneau
ObserverMark Neeland
AvalancheN

General Observations

Route and General Observations:  The UAS ODS Av 2 class traveled by helicopter to a base camp at 2400 feet SW of the Grandchild bowl/Grandchild peaks, then hiked along southern ridge towards southernmost grandchild peak.  Snow cover was poor and heavily solar influenced on south side of ridge with ice crust on top.  Due to…

 

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