As the weekend approaches, make sure to add looking at the snow report to your gear checklist!
Avalanche risk and conditions of the snow pack are as important to your safety as your snowsuit.
Your Weekend Snow Report is brought to you by Rocky Mountain Powersports.
WESTERN WYOMING AVALANCHE ADVISORY
Temperatures warmed into the 30s and 40s in the mountains and to near 50 degrees in the valleys today. Moderate southeast winds in the Teton and Southwest Trails areas kept temperatures in the upper 20s at an elevation of 10,500 feet. Skies were clear. Daily melt-freeze cycles are causing the snowpack to settle.
FORECAST FOR Thursday, March 14, 2019
In all areas the wet snow avalanche hazard will be low in the early morning hours and rise to moderate after snow surfaces soften. In the Togwotee Pass and Greys River/Southwest Trails areas dangerous persistent slab avalanches with depths to six feet are a potential hazard in isolated areas. In these areas the general avalanche will be moderate all day.
TREND THROUGH THE WEEKEND
For area specifics, go to the Bridger-Teton Avalanche Center website.
View a real-time snow accumulation map HERE.
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