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Observation Date: 
01/24/2017
Observer Name: 
Toddeo
Region: 
Southwest
Location Name or Route: 
Pahvant Foothills - Lower Chalk Creek
Weather
Sky: 
Broken
Weather Comments: 
Calm day, cool enough to keep southwest aspects from getting damp.
Snow Characteristics
New Snow Depth: 
2"
New Snow Density: 
High
Snow Surface Conditions: 
Powder
Snow Characteristics Comments: 

2" overnight sitting on top of a foot of dense snow from the weekend.

HS ranged from 16 to 24" in this area.  

Red Flags
Red Flags Comments: 
None in this area , I only made it to 7,100'. I did start to see some drifted snow at 6,600'.
Avalanche Problem #1
Type: 
Normal Caution
Trend: 
Same
Problem #1 Comments: 

Normal caution for a thin low elevation snow pack.

Snow Profile
Aspect: 
West
Elevation: 
6900
Slope Angle: 
30
Comments: 

Not much to see at this elevation.......strom snow is well bonded to the underlying frozen melt forms.

Low danger in this area.  However I recommend checking the Skyline forecast for conditions in the upper elevations.

Pine creek Snotel - HS=56" (8,790')

Bob's Hollow Snotel - HS-53" (9,300')

Today's Observed Danger Rating: 
Low
Tomorrows Estimated Danger Rating: 
Low
Snow Profile Coordinates: 
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