Heads up! Don’t forget that roof avalanches are still possible. Many roofs have slid but there are still some potentially dangerous ones. Above freezing temperatures during the day is causing some of the more stubborn roof snow/ice to move. As the day warms up (especially if there is no overnight freeze), as direct sun hits and water starts to drip, or if we have a rain event, there is an increased potential for the remaining snow and ice on roofs to shed. Roof sheds can be difficult to predict, it’s a good idea to take a good look around your house to see if there is remaining hazard.