Forecast for the Salt Lake Area Mountains
The snow is stable in most areas and avalanches are generally unlikely. But LOW danger does not mean no danger. Avalanches stepping into old snow remain possible in isolated steep terrain with poor snow structure. The most experienced people are still avoiding the bulls-eye avalanche terrain - steep, north and northeast facing slopes at the mid and upper elevations.
Loose sluffs and small wind drifts can be triggered today on steep slopes, and wet loose sluffs will become an issue anywhere the snow becomes damp with daytime heating.