11th Annual Utah Snow & Avalanche Workshop Open and Motorized Sessions Oct. 27th.
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Observation Date: 
4/4/2017
Observer Name: 
kory, ben, Antonio
Location Name or Route: 
Taylor Canyon
Weather
Sky: 
Broken
Precipitation: 
Light Snowfall
Wind Direction: 
Southwest
Wind Speed: 
Light
Weather Comments: 
Few flakes actually fell mid day. Cool temps all day.
Snow Characteristics
Snow Surface Conditions: 
Wind Crust
Snow Characteristics Comments: 

Hard snow never warmed up without direct sun.

Avalanche Problem #1
Type: 
Normal Caution
Problem #1 Comments: 

Never really warmed up again today.  Looking at tomorrow it doesn't look like much sun either.  So not much for danger green light.  

Comments: 

Good conditions,  good exit still.  Taylors below the burn is starting to look bleek.

Very good sliding conditions again today.  Did not really soften up anywhere that did not see the sun.  Somthing to think about is putting grey on the forecast on South and West aspects below 7000 ft not any snow.

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

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