Avalanche Forecast for Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Wind slabs formed since Saturday remain possible for you to trigger today. Small wind slabs formed early yesterday are isolated but more likely to produce an avalanche, with large slabs formed over the weekend continuing to gain stability though still a concern. Keep the possibility of a human triggered avalanche in mind as you evaluate snowpack and terrain and continue to use safe travel practices of travelling one at a time from safe zone to safe zone. Where the skiing and riding is good, you probably won’t be able to avoid the larger, older, and stubborn wind slab avalanche problem. The Presidential Range and most of Tuckerman Ravine has MODERATE avalanche danger. Huntington Ravine and the Left Side of Tuckerman Ravine have more scouring to older crust and have LOW avalanche danger.

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