Avalanche Advisory Archive Pre-2016

Date Issued:2016-02-27

The National Weather Service Forecasts-

Patchy fog early in the morning. Numerous rain showers diminishing in the morning. Highs around 46. Southeast wind 10 to 15 mph.

Rain. Lows around 37. Southeast wind 10 to 15 mph.

Rain showers. Highs around 42. Southeast wind 10 mph in the morning becoming light and variable.

Temperatures remain quite warm this morning. Both the tram summit and Eaglecrest are above freezing at mid mountain this morning. The tram is 34f and Eaglecrest is 33f. Highs yesterday were several degrees warmer. The low never dropped to freezing.

Eaglecrest picked up 7.6mm of precip and lost 4cm. The tram picked up 3.6mm and lost 2cm.

With warm temps and continued rains look to see continued wet avalanches. Both let loose and wet slabs are possible.

Steep pitches continue to clean themselves. Look to see steep convex slopes stripping to ground.

Be aware of glide slopes

Avalanche danger is moderate to considerable today be aware that both natural and man made avalanches are possible.
Size is not to effect the urban enviroment.