11th Annual Utah Snow & Avalanche Workshop Open and Motorized Sessions Oct. 27th.
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Observation Date: 
03/21/2017
Observer Name: 
Ted Scroggin
Region: 
Uintas
Location Name or Route: 
Moffit Peak
Weather
Sky: 
Scattered
Wind Direction: 
Southwest
Wind Speed: 
Moderate
Weather Comments: 
Another morning with no refreeze and the snow continues to melt. Scattered to mostly cloudy as the day went on and moderate to gusty southwest winds on the ridge lines.
Snow Characteristics
Snow Surface Conditions: 
Wind Crust
Melt-Freeze Crust
Damp
Snow Characteristics Comments: 
A trace of new snow from yesterday and the snow conditions are quite hit or miss.
Avalanche Problem #1
Type: 
Wet Snow
Trend: 
Decreasing Danger
Problem #1 Comments: 
There was minimal heating today with clouds and wind keeping the wet activity pretty minor.
Comments: 
Not great photos, but the trace of new snow was getting blown around on the ridge lines. This snow looked to just sublimate with the warm air temperatures.
The south facing slopes have lost some decent snow amounts.
Some very isolated wet sluffs on mid and low elevation north facing slopes.
Today's Observed Danger Rating: 
Moderate
Tomorrows Estimated Danger Rating: 
Moderate
Snow Profile Coordinates: 
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