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Mountain Weather: 

Bottom Line: 

The majority of the terrain along the Skyline has a LOW danger.  As time goes on it is less and less likely a person would trigger an avalanche on the upper elevation north facing slopes but I'd still use caution.  That said, there is hardly enough snow for people to actually get into the high north terrain in the first place.

Bottom line, conditions are fairly safe right now but I'm expecting a much different story if we ever actually stack up some real snow on top of the current weak snow.

Duration: 
24
Duration: 
24
Duration: 
24
Overall Danger Rating: 
Low
General Announcements: 

We will publish full detailed advisories Saturday and Sunday mornings by 7am. We will also be publishing basic avalanche danger ratings & info during the week.

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Tomorrows Danger Rating: 
Low
Date: 
Monday, January 1, 2018
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