Issued: Mar 31st, 2023 4:00PM
The alpine rating is, the treeline rating is , and the below treeline rating is
Avalanche conditions are generally safe, but remain cautious of unstable snow on isolated terrain features.
Avalanche activity over the past week has been limited to small wet loose avalanches and cornice falls during periods of warm sunny weather.
A dusting of new snow is falling on moist or crusty snow layers, except shaded terrain above roughly 1400 m where the snow has remained dry over the past week. The middle of the snowpack is strong and contains numerous hard crusts. The lower snowpack is composed of weak basal facets. There hasn't been avalanche activity on it recently, but it will remain on our radar this spring as it may become active with abrupt changes to the snowpack, such as rapid loading (heavy snowfall or rain) or prolonged warming.
Cloudy, light flurries with 3 to 5 cm of snow, 30 km/h southwest wind, treeline temperatures drop to -8 °C with freezing level dropping to valley bottom.
Mix of sun and cloud, some isolated flurries with trace amounts of snow, 20 km/h southwest wind, treeline temperatures around -5 °C.Sunday
Mostly sunny, no precipitation, 20 km/h northwest wind, treeline temperatures around -5 °C.Monday
Mix of sun and cloud, isolated flurries with trace amounts of snow, 20 km/h northwest wind, treeline temperatures around -5 °C.
More details can be found in the Mountain Weather Forecast.
Terrain and Travel Advice
- Watch for wind-loaded pockets especially around ridgecrest and in extreme terrain.
- Avoid shallow, rocky areas where the snowpack transitions from thick to thin.
Valid until: Apr 1st, 2023 4:00PM