Insufficient observations exist to reliably rate the avalanche danger. Expect shallow snow cover with thinly buried rocks and trees just beneath the surface. Avalanche danger often concentrates in gullies and other deposition areas, where windslabs may bond poorly to a weak underlying base. Deeper snow usually exists at higher elevations.
Deep persistent slabs are best managed by:
Cornices are best managed by:
Unseasonably cool temps and bouts of snowfall are in the forecast for the foreseeable future.
For more detailed weather information visit:
Avalanche Canada Mountain Weather Forecast
Spot Weather Forecasting Tool
Below treeline the snow hasn't really started to cover any of the surface roughness. As you transition through treeline and into the alpine up to 1 meter (and counting) of settled snow has formed the beginning of this seasons snowpack.
Please report any avalanche activity observations on the Mountain Information Network.