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Observation: Lower Weber Drainage

Observation Date
2/3/2022
Observer Name
Michael Janulaitis
Region
Uintas » Lower Weber Drainage
Location Name or Route
Lower Weber Canyon
Weather
Sky
Scattered
Wind Direction
North
Wind Speed
Moderate
Snow Characteristics
New Snow Depth
1"
New Snow Density
Low
Snow Surface Conditions
Dense Loose
Faceted Loose
Wind Crust
Melt-Freeze Crust
Avalanche Problem #1
Problem
Persistent Weak Layer
Trend
Decreasing Danger
Comments
I got up high today to find a trace to 1 inch of new snow. The wind was moderate from the north and blowing what little new snow we got into small drifts on the south side of the compass. The little bit of snow and wind is filling in old tracks, but they are all still very visible as seen below. I am surprised every day I get out to find we still have plenty of snow to recreate on. Although our snowpack is still very solid and covering quite of bit of the rocks out there, up high, it is very thin for this time of year.
Today's Observed Danger Rating
Low
Tomorrows Estimated Danger Rating
Low
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