Forecast as of 2018-12-06 at 12:00 am and expires on 2018-12-06

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Forecast Center Observation

Date2019-01-06
LocationJuneau
ObserverAlex B
AvalancheN

General Observations

Skied W and SW aspects on Troy and False Troy. Dug at pit at marked location with CT 21 @ 32 cm and ECTN 21 @ 38cm. Pit depth was 120cm. We didn't go to the top of Troy, but the top of False Troy was seemingly untouched by the wind event during the night of 1/5.

 
Date2019-01-05
LocationJuneau
ObserverDerek
AvalancheN

General Observations

Took summer route up and down Gastineau to check out ice crust before any new snow falls.  I don't have a lot of experience with ice/rain crusts accept that nasty one two years ago.  The current ice crust on the ridges of Gastineau seems similar to two years ago.  Very smooth, slick, and potentially bad?  Something…

 
Date2018-12-24
LocationJuneau
ObserverSam S
AvalancheN

General Observations

Skied Dan Moller today during the storm.  5” of new snow and light winds.  Numerous hand sheer tests indicated the new snow was bonding well to the previous layer.  Dug one pit at 2300’, NE aspect, 34 degree slope.  Snow depth was 75cm.  CT 21 Q2.  Failed at the ground on what appeared to be facets.…

 

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