Forecast for the Provo Area Mountains
Issued by Trent Meisenheimer for Thursday, January 10, 2019 - 7:11am
Today the avalanche danger is CONSIDERABLE on steep mid and upper elevation slopes for triggering new drifts of wind blown snow, which will be most widespread on the north 1/2 of the compass and for triggering new snow slides breaking on the old snow surface. In isolated locations with a thin snowpack avalanches could break near the ground, mostly likely where they have a new load of wind drifted snow. Keep it simple and avoid all avalanche terrain. Stick to terrain less than 30° degrees in steepness and have nothing steep above or adjacent to you.
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