Forecast for the Logan Area Mountains
Issued by Toby Weed for Monday, February 11, 2019 - 6:30am
CONSIDERABLE: Areas with dangerous avalanche conditions exist on drifted upper and mid-elevation slopes. Beware of large unstable cornices and slopes overloaded by wind drifted snow. Dangerous human triggered avalanches consisting of wind drifted snow and failing on a buried persistent weak layer remain likely in some places. You can find safer conditions and nice powder at lower elevations, in sheltered terrain, and on lower angled slopes.
- Make conservative decisions and evaluate snow and terrain carefully.
- Avoid and stay out from under large ridge-top cornices and steep slopes with recent or previous deposits of wind drifted snow.
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