Wed, December 02, 2020
If you missed our live Zoom CNFAIC Forecaster Chat on Dec 1st, check the recording out on the link below! Big thank you to Kyle Van Peursem for being our guest start and sharing his weather knowledge for how to find our perfect powder day. Recorded Version is HERE!! A quick registration with name and email is required, then skip ahead to minute 4 for the true start. This is a 1.5 hour presentation. Topics: A quick 2019/20 avalanche season recap...
Mon, November 09, 2020
Missed the event? Or want share what you learned with a friend? Click HERE for the link to the event recording. The 2020 Southcentral Alaska Avalanche Workshop is going virtual this fall. Mark your calendars for the afternoon of Friday, November 6th (2-5pm). Details, registration and schedule available at akavalancheworkshop.org. Hope to see you all there!
Mon, October 19, 2020
WELCOME to the 2020/2021 Winter Season!! The mountains are getting whiter and that means the CNFAIC is getting ready for another fantastic winter season! The Avalanche Center will begin issuing intermittent snow, weather and avalanche updates as conditions warrant through mid-November. Daily avalanche forecasts are planned to begin during Thanksgiving weekend – pending an unseasonable chilly fall, which might demand an earlier start. *Don’t forget to keep tabs on current events/information on Facebook and Instagram!!*
Tue, June 23, 2020
The Chugach National Forest, Glacier Ranger District is currently seeking applicants for a GS1341-07 Meteorological Technician (CNFAIC Avalanche Specialist). This is a full-time seasonal position with a minimum 5 month guaranteed tour between November and April. The duty station is located in Girdwood, AK. The vacancy announcement will be advertised as a DEMO announcement (all candidates) and will be posted at www.usajobs.gov. All potential applicants who respond to this outreach will be sent the link to the vacancy announcement when...
Mon, April 27, 2020
The CNFAIC has wrapped up operations and will no longer be posting conditions updates. Thank you to everyone for tuning in!! It was an interestingly chilly winter with many cold outflow wind events and a snowpack which struggled to stay near 50% of normal. Please see more in our Annual Report, which can be found HERE. Although the forecast season has finished, the avalanche season has not – please see HERE for some SPRINGTIME AVALANCHE TIPS!! Current conditions? Keep tabs on...