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Cloud Cover % 0 0 0 10 0 0
12-Hr Snowfall High/Low Alerts Snow
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Speed
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Cover
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4/22
0" Sunny
25°F
↓ Base
SE 10mph
20mph
20%
0" Clear
9°F
↓ Base
SE 5mph
10mph
10%
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4/23
0" Sunny
29°F
↓ Base
SE 5mph
15mph
10%
0" Clear
10°F
↓ Base
ENE 5mph
15mph
10%
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4/24
0" Mostly Cloudy
29°F
↓ Base
NE 10mph
20mph
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0" Mostly Clear
9°F
↓ Base
NE 10mph
20mph
40%
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4/25
0" Partly Cloudy
31°F
↓ Base
ESE 5mph
15mph
50%
0" Partly Cloudy
16°F
↓ Base
S 5mph
15mph
50%
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4/26
0-1" Snow
33°F
↓ Base
SSW 10mph
25mph
70%
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12°F
↓ Base
SE 10mph
25mph
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Forecast Elev: 6,700ft Base Elev: 6,700ft Summit Elev: 6,700ft Updated: 2 hours ago
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Estimated at Thursday Apr 22 @ 5:00am PDT
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Estimated on Thu Apr 22
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Mid-Mtn at Thursday Apr 22 @ 3:01pm PDT
Snowfall estimates generated by OpenSnow. Base Depth estimates provided by NOAA.
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Avalanche Forecasts are for use by experienced backcountry travelers in uncontrolled sidecountry and backcountry terrain. These forecasts and conditions do not apply to open, in-bounds terrain at ski resorts, which is subject to avalanche control by local resort ski patrol.

North Rockies

Avalanche Canada

Avalanche Danger
Moderate (2)
Valid Wednesday, Apr 21st 4:00pm PDT 23 hours ago
Until Friday, Apr 23rd 4:00pm PDT

Apr 22 7 AM: A spring diurnal pattern dominates. Wind slabs may exist up high in parts of the region. Cornices may weaken during the heat of the day.

Around 5 to 10 cm of snow accumulate by Thursday morning. The snow fell with strong wind from variable directions. The snow and wind may have formed small but potentially touchy wind slabs in exposed terrain features at higher elevations. This snow overlies a hard melt-freeze crust to the mountain tops from recent warm air and sunny skies. The snow may moisten during the heat of the day, particularly on sun-exposed slopes and on all aspects below the freezing level. Cornices may weaken with daytime warming.

A weak basal snowpack is found in many parts of the region, including along the eastern slopes of the Rockies like Core Lodge, Wolverine, Bullmoose, Upper Burnt and perhaps around Mt. Robson. In general, steep, rocky slopes with a shallow or thin to thick snowpack are most suspect and should be avoided.

Avalanche activity has quieted down since the heat wave last weekend. Large loose wet and wet slab avalanches were observed during daytime warming but no new avalanches were observed on Tuesday.

Looking forward, spring-like diurnal conditions are forecast to dominate after Wednesday night's storm. Wind slabs could form during the storm and they may be relatively easy to trigger, as they are likely going to overly a hard melt-freeze crust. Use caution if you find locally thicker deposits from the storm.

To get the complete forecast with additional graphics and details, please view the North Rockies forecast provided by Avalanche Canada.