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Sun, Apr 22, 2018 at 3:28 PM
Issued by: Spencer Logan

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No Rating (-) Watch for signs of instability like recent avalanches, cracking, and audible collapsing. Avoid traveling on or under similar slopes.   No Rating (-) Watch for signs of instability like recent avalanches, cracking, and audible collapsing. Avoid traveling on or under similar slopes.
No Rating (-) Watch for signs of instability like recent avalanches, cracking, and audible collapsing. Avoid traveling on or under similar slopes.   No Rating (-) Watch for signs of instability like recent avalanches, cracking, and audible collapsing. Avoid traveling on or under similar slopes.
No Rating (-) Watch for signs of instability like recent avalanches, cracking, and audible collapsing. Avoid traveling on or under similar slopes.   No Rating (-) Watch for signs of instability like recent avalanches, cracking, and audible collapsing. Avoid traveling on or under similar slopes.
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Summary

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Recent Tweets

@CAIC: LOW (1of5) You could trigger wet snow avalanches at the interface between the new/old snow. Although small, these avalanches could injure you or push you over a cliff, into rocks, or trees. Get out of the backcountry before the surface gets wet. Apr 22, 7:06 AM
@CAIC: LOW (1of5). Small avalanches in the new snow are possible. Avoid very steep slopes with more than about 6 inches of consolidated new snow and you can avoid avalanche problems. Apr 21, 8:05 AM
Weather Forecast for 11,000ft Issued Thu, May 3, 2018 at 2:12 PM by Ethan Greene Statewide Weather Forecast
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Sun, Apr 22, 2018 at 3:50 PM
Issued by: Spencer Logan Statewide Weather Forecast  

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Weather Observations
Station Date Time Temperature Relative Humidity Wind Speed Wind Direction Max Gust 24 Hr Snow
Columbus Basin Sat Jun 23 12:00 PM 62 - - - - -
Cumbres Trestle Sat Jun 23 12:00 PM 68 - 2 341 - 2.0
Lily Pond Sat Jun 23 12:00 PM 66 - - - - 5.0
Upper San Juan Sat Jun 23 1:00 PM 67 - - - - -
Wolf Creek Summit Sat Jun 23 12:00 PM 64 - - - - -

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