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Nov 21st, 2016    Heather Thamm
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Check out our Calendar Page for upcoming events, workshops and avalanche courses. CNFAIC will be hosting several FREE evening talks on different topics along with a couple FREE avalanche rescue hands-on workshops! Also listed are professional avalanche courses by the Alaska Avalanche School and alaskasnow.org. GET the GEAR and GET the TRAINING!!
Turnagain Advisory
Tuesday, December 12th 2017
ARCHIVED ADVISORY - Advisories expire after 24 hours.
The avalanche danger is HIGH due to continued heavy rain, wet snowfall and strong winds. A very potent warm and wet storm has saturated the snowpack and caused a natural wet avalanche cycle below 3000’. Today natural and human triggered wet slab avalanches are likely at Treeline and storm snow avalanches are likely in the Alpine. Today is a good day not to go into the mountains. Travel in avalanche terrain is NOT recommended.  Below 1,000’, where little snow exists, there is a CONSIDERABLE avalanche danger for debris running into steep or channeled terrain. **Summit Lake also has elevated avalanche danger and the weekly summary can be found HERE. …
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Summit Weekly Summary
Saturday, December 9th 2017
ARCHIVED ADVISORY - Advisories expire after 24 hours.
Current Snow and Avalanche Conditions: UPDATE:  Dangerous avalanche conditions have been seen in the Summit Lake area this weekend. Numerous natural avalanches occurred Thursday night (Dec 7th) and a very unstable snowpack was seen in the Tenderfoot area on Saturday (Dec 9th). See below for more inforation and video. The snowpack in the Summit Lake area is still thin and variable. The past week a series of wet storms deposited 1-2 ft. of snow at higher elevations and 1.4" inches of rain down l …
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