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Feb 17th, 2015    H.Thamm/T.Glassett
Skier triggered avalanches on Tincan on Feb.17     Click for details.
Feb 26th, 2015    Predeger/ Wagner/ May
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Feb 27th, 2015    Fitzgerald
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Mar 9th, 2015    Fitzgerald
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Mar 31st, 2015   
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Announcements

The Chugach National Forest Avalanche Information Center and Friends of the Chugach Avalanche Center are pleased to announce the launch of an observations program partnership with Hatcher Pass Avalanche Center. Our hope is that Hatcher Pass users will embrace the observations program in the same way Turnagain / Summit users have and begin regularly submitting observations and photos. These observations will help Hatcher Pass forecasters as they collect data for their next advisory. Click here to read recent Hatcher Pass observations. Please submit your own observations and spread the word to others!
Turnagain Advisory
Sunday, February 7th 2016
A MODERATE avalanche hazard exists throughout the advisory area. Human triggered avalanches are possible. Signs are pointing to a stabilizing snowpack but there is still the need for elevated caution as it adjusts to the load of the recent storm. Evaluate snow and terrain carefully and identify features of concern. Please use safe travel protocols, especially one rider on a slope at a time. Avoid travel on or under cornices and steer clear of glide cracks.  ***Elevated caution is also advised in the Summit Lake area. Please see yesterday's Summit Lake Summary for more information.  …
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Summit Weekly Summary
Saturday, February 6th 2016
ARCHIVED ADVISORY - Advisories expire after 24 hours.
Since active weather rolled into the Summit Lake area on Tuesday afternoon we’ve picked up 6-12” of heavy snow at the road level (1400’) and more in the upper elevations.  This is a significant load for a tenuous and shallow snowpack in the Summit Lake region and we can expect storm snow issues this weekend.  Winds have been moderate, largely from the NE and observed as actively transporting snow in the upper elevations on Tuesday (Feb. 2).  Precipitation has been falling primarily as s …
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