Mount Seymour

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Weather
Temp °F 57 59 60 60 59 59
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Wind Gust mph 10 15 15 15 15 10
Cloud Cover % 50 40 50 40 30 30
12-Hr Snowfall High/Low Alerts Snow
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4/18
0" Partly Cloudy
60°F
7,100ft
S 10mph
15mph
50%
0" Mostly Clear
41°F
7,400ft
ENE 10mph
20mph
30%
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4/19
0" Mostly Sunny
54°F
5,900ft
SE 10mph
15mph
40%
0" Partly Cloudy
38°F
6,300ft
S 5mph
10mph
50%
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4/20
0" Sunny
57°F
6,400ft
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15mph
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0" Clear
38°F
6,900ft
SE 5mph
10mph
20%
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4/21
0" Mostly Sunny
57°F
6,900ft
SSW 10mph
15mph
30%
0" Mostly Cloudy
35°F
6,900ft
ESE 5mph
15mph
60%
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4/22
0" Rain Showers
54°F
6,700ft
S 10mph
15mph
50%
0" Mostly Cloudy
37°F
6,800ft
E 5mph
10mph
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Forecast Elev: 3,610ft Base Elev: 3,070ft Summit Elev: 4,150ft Updated: 38 minutes ago
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Resort Reported on Sun Apr 11
57°F
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Mid-Mtn at Sunday Apr 18 @ 11:01am PDT
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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.

South Coast

Avalanche Canada

Avalanche Danger
Considerable (3)
Valid Saturday, Apr 17th 4:00pm PDT 19 hours ago
Until Sunday, Apr 18th 4:00pm PDT

Start (and finish) your day early and avoid exposure to sun-exposed avalanche terrain. Look for high elevation north facing objectives without cornices overhead, and plan your egress route carefully.

Check out the Forecaster's Blog for more on managing spring conditions.

High overnight freezing levels mean that the snow surface remains moist or wet in many areas. In places where the surface forms a crust overnight, it should quickly soften during they day with sunshine and warm temperatures. The highest elevation north aspects may still hold soft snow or wind slabs.

Cornices are large and looming along ridgelines. Sun and warm temperatures will increase the chances of cornice failures, especially when temperatures remain above zero overnight.

There have been a few reports of wet loose avalanches and cornice failures in recent days.

Looking forward, wet loose avalanches and cornice failures are expected to continue with sun and warm temperatures. The likelihood and potential size of these increases when temperatures do not dip below freezing overnight, and avalanche activity will likely begin earlier in the day with each subsequent warm day. 

Wind slabs may still be possible to trigger on high elevation north aspects.

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