Forecast for the Logan Area Mountains

Issued by Toby Weed for Thursday, October 31, 2019 - 9:14am
Early season avalanches are possible in steep backcountry terrain, especially on isolated upper elevation slopes with wind drifted snow.
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Weather and Snow
There is 15" of total snow at the Tony Grove Lake Snotel (8400'), 12 inches in Bloomington Canyon (7900'), and 16 inches at USU Doc Daniel Snotel (8300'). Temperatures will warm into the upper 20s at 8500' today and drop into the single digits again tonight. A high pressure system has developed over the area, so expect mostly sunny copnditions and gradual warming for the next few days.

Here are a few things to remember:
  • Hitting rocks and stumps is a real danger. Don't end your season before it starts with an injury from hitting one of these obstacles.
  • Avalanches are a real possibility. It doesn't matter if you are hiking, hunting, skiing, etc., be prepared with rescue gear and a partner.
  • The Tony Grove Road is not maintained for wheeled vehicles in the winter, and it is snowpacked, narrow, and icy in places.
  • Hikers, cross country skiers, snow bikers, dogs, sleds, and 4x4s share the road this time of year, so be nice and keep your speed down around others...
Recent Avalanches
No avalanches were reported yet in the Logan Zone

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