Avalanche Forecast for Monday, February 17, 2020

Largely firm and unreactive wind slabs are widespread through northeast to south facing aspects at mid and upper elevations. Some areas of softer snow exist here as well but are small and easily managed or avoided. The icy, unbreakable crust that lies below this past week's snowfall makes crampons useful in wind scoured areas at the tops of gullies. Avalanche danger is LOW today with human triggered and natural avalanches unlikely. Wind packed snow has created generally safe avalanche conditions.

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