Panorama Mountain Resort

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12-Hr Snowfall High/Low Alerts Snow
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4/18
0-1" Snow
17°F
↓ Base
SSW 5mph
20mph
50%
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4/19
0" Partly Cloudy
36°F
↓ Base
E 5mph
15mph
50%
0" Clear
24°F
↓ Base
SSW 5mph
10mph
20%
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4/20
0" Mostly Sunny
41°F
5,100ft
E 5mph
15mph
30%
0" Mostly Clear
24°F
5,000ft
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10mph
30%
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4/21
0" Mostly Sunny
46°F
6,000ft
S 5mph
15mph
20%
0-1" Rain/Snow
32°F
6,800ft
SW 5mph
15mph
90%
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4/22
2-4" Snow
35°F
5,700ft
NE 10mph
20mph
100%
0-1" Rain/Snow
24°F
3,900ft
E 5mph
15mph
90%
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4/23
0-1" Light Rain/Snow
38°F
4,900ft
SE 5mph
15mph
90%
1-2" Snow
24°F
4,800ft
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Forecast Elev: 5,870ft Base Elev: 3,870ft Summit Elev: 7,870ft Updated: 1 hour ago
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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.

Purcells

Avalanche Canada

Avalanche Danger
Moderate (2)
Valid Sunday, Apr 18th 5:00pm MDT 5 hours ago
Until Monday, Apr 19th 5:00pm MDT

The best and safest riding will be high north-facing terrain that is free from cornices overhead. Expect avalanche activity on sun-exposed slopes.

A dusting of fresh snow can be expected above 1500 m, but surfaces will quickly transition to moist/wet snow during the heat of the day. Warm weather over the past week has melted surfaces everywhere except high north-facing terrain (above roughly 2300 m). While there have been no recent avalanches on buried weak layers, there are a few layers that could potentially be triggered with intense warming or a heavy cornice fall. This includes a 30-60 cm deep crust layer from mid-March and the early November crust near the bottom of the snowpack.

Multiple days of above freezing temperatures have resulted in widespread size 1-2 wet loose avalanches on sun-exposed slopes since last Thursday. There were also natural cornice failures over this period, some as big as size 3. There were no reports of slab avalanches triggered by warming. A skier triggered wind slab of size 2 was reported on a north-facing slope in the south of the region on Friday. The last report of a persistent slab avalanche was from March 8 in the Golden area where a cornice fall triggered a size 3 avalanche on an steep east-facing slope in the alpine.

With relatively cooler temperatures on Monday you can still expect wet loose avalanches and cornice falls, but they will be less widespread than they were over the weekend.

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