14 Apr 2013

    Size 1 Avalanches from ski cutting  Saturday April 13, 2013

    It was an amazing morning!!

    The fresh snow felt great, knee deep powder could be found on the right aspect and elevation.

At 2240 meters the temperature was -11, winds were 5-15 KPH from the N. At 1650 meters the temperature was -8.5, no new snow was recorded there over night. In the valley it was -3. Observations taken at 06:00 Hrs this Am.

For the forecast, unsettled conditions to remain in our area as the cool upper level trough dominates the zone. Sunny skies early this morning with clouds building throughout the day. Will see light snow in the afternoon into this evening. There is still a chance of a thunderstorm this afternoon. Monday will also be unsettled, a weak ridge of high pressure should bring mostly sunny skies for Tuesday. Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with some light snow. Thursday looks unsettled. Guesstimates Sunday 1-2 cm by tomorrow morning, Monday flurries, Tuesday 0 cm, Wednesday 1-2 cm

Yesterday produces size 1-1.5 avalanches in the corridor, Na Sc Sa Xe.

For the local updated avalanche forecast: Whistler Mountain Snow Safety

Avalanche in Snoqualmie Pass leaves snowshoer missing: : Washington State

"I thought I was dying" 3 hurt, i missing in Cascade Avalanches: KVAL.com

Avalanche pushed Utah Forecaster over two cliffs during fatal plummet: Latest News

Experts Foresee late season surge in avalanche danger: Colorado

CAA Spring Conference and Meetings: May 6-10, 2013

    The Chateau Course was still looking green after a bit of sun.

Creekside should make it until next weekend!

    The Nesters weather station was looking dry by the end of yesterday.

    First thing yesterday morning in the valley.

    This is what we were dealing with yesterday at 17:00.