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Observer Name: 
Weed
Observation Date: 
Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Avalanche Date: 
Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Location Name or Route: 
Logan River below Temple Fork
Elevation: 
6600
Aspect: 
North
Slope Angle: 
Unknown
Trigger: 
Natural
Avalanche Type: 
Wet Loose
Avalanche Problem: 
Wet Snow
Weak Layer: 
Ground Interface
Depth: 
2'
Width: 
80
Vertical: 
800
Comments: 

I visited the area on Tuesday, 2-16-16 around 1230 and took these pictures...

Comments: 

A bit later in the afternoon, (Tuesday, 2-16-16) a fisherman witnessed another slide from in the Logan River!  

He posted on Instagram:     " Pretty scary moment while I was in the river today. An avalanche crashed down into the river just in front of me maybe only 50 yards up river.  It scared the crap out of me! " 

 
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These low elevation wet loose avalanches are catching people off guard. Dog walkers, runners, x-c skiers and fishermen...

Posted by Utah Avalanche Center in Logan on Wednesday, February 17, 2016
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