Forecast for the Uintas Area Mountains
Issued by Craig Gordon for Friday, March 15, 2019 - 3:11am
Heads up.... the avalanche danger is more pronounced on the North Slope which received the lion's share of Wednesday's storm
On the south half of the compass-
On steep upper elevation slopes the danger of wet avalanches increases to CONSIDERABLE with daytime heating and human triggered avalanches are LIKELY, especially on slopes facing the south half of the compass.
Mid and low elevation terrain start the day with LOW avalanche danger, which rises to MODERATE as temperatures rise. Human triggered avalanches are POSSIBLE on steep sun baked slopes during the heat of the day..
On the north half of the compass-
MODERATE danger exists on steep, shady slopes in the wind zone and human triggered avalanches are POSSIBLE on steep, leeward slopes.
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