Forecast for the Logan Area Mountains
Issued by Toby Weed for Thursday, November 10, 2022
More than two feet of new snow and drifting from strong winds created CONSIDERABLE avalanche danger at upper elevations in the backcountry. Dangerous conditions exist on many upper elevation slopes, and people are likely to trigger 1 to 2-foot-deep slab avalanches of drifted storm snow. Heightened conditions can also be found on some drifted mid elevation slopes where people could trigger small avalanches.
- People should use careful snowpack evaluation, cautious route finding, and conservative decision making if traveling in upper elevation terrain. I plan to avoid travel on or under drifted slopes steeper than 30 degrees.
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