Skies are overcast with what looks - via radar - to be light snow falling in the mountains. A cut-off Low pressure system off the coast of California will be the dominant weather feature for us this week, but it'll do little more than produce an inch or two and provide warmer temps and gusty south winds. Already temps are roughly 10 degrees warmer (currently mid to upper teens) than this time yesterday (at 5am), though the south to southwest winds are blowing 15-20mph with gusts to 25. The skiing and riding have been fantastic, but some wind and possibly some sun damage had now taken part of the pie. Still, snow depth are good with 3-4' up high and 1-2' down low.
Backcountry observer Kory Davis was able to intentionally trigger a shallow new wind slab with a cornice drop along the Ogden skyline yesterday. The soft slab was 14" deep and 50' wide on a steep north facing slope at 9200'. (pic below). You can find his, along with a good number of other observations here.
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