Forecast for the Uintas Area Mountains
Issued by Craig Gordon for Friday, November 11, 2022
It's about as straight-forward as it gets-
The recent series of storms formed strong, dense layers near the ground and the solid building blocks of a designer snowpack. And while we're off to a great start, I'd still be on the lookout for a few old drifts lurking on the leeward side of upper elevation ridges and around terrain features like chutes and gullies. So today... step out cautiously and continue practicing safe travel by avoiding steep, upper elevation terrain, especially slopes facing the north half of the compass. And remember... any avalanche triggered today can result in a season ending, traumatic injury.
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