Primarily a Tuesday concern.
Be mindful of the change in wind direction on tuesday night.
There remains a concern for deep weak layers in thin snowpack areas. Warm temperatures and solar radiation have the potential to wake them up.
Deep persistent slabs are best managed by:
Cornices are best managed by:
Tuesday: Mostly Sunny. Freezing Level 1900m. West wind 30km/h gusting 70.
Wednesday: Cloud. Freezing Level 1700m. NE Wind 25-45 km/h.
Thursday: Cloudy with sunny peroids. Freezing Level 1600m. East Wind 15-40km/h.
Snowpack structure varies greatly with aspect, elevation and time of day. We received 2-5 mm of precipitation over the weekend with a 1600m freezing level. New snow sits over a 4cm melt freeze crust on solar aspects above 1700m. Pockets of dry snow over windslab still exist on north aspects above TL.
Midpack is strong above 1700m & Isothermic BTL.
No new avalanche activity last 48h. A widespread, loose wet avalanche cycle during last weeks tropical heat has filled many avalanche paths with debris.