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Observer Name: 
Everett
Observation Date: 
Saturday, April 12, 2014
Occurrence Date: 
Friday, April 11, 2014
Occurence Time: 
Afternoon
Region: 
Francis Peak
Location Name or Route: 
Farmington Peak, FAA Towers
Elevation: 
9400
Aspect: 
Northwest
Slope Angle: 
38
Trigger: 
Natural
Trigger: additional info: 
Cornice Triggered
Avalanche Type: 
Wet Slab
Avalanche Problem: 
Wet Slab
Weak Layer: 
Ground Interface
Depth: 
unknown
Width: 
300
Vertical: 
1250
Comments: 

Wet Slab Released Yesterday likely from day time heating/cornice fall or over loading from a grader plowing the FAA tower road, looks to be slab in nature as there was a distinct crown face visible. Pictures didn't turn as the light was rather poor with the distance. Very visible from Kaysville to Layton no other signs of wet activity in the No Davis County Range. Thus the theory on the grader...

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