MONDAY NIGHT: Snow ending overnight means storm snow accumulations as high as 30 cm. Winds moderate to strong, from the west.TUESDAY: Mix of sun and cloud. Dry. Treeline temperatures -5 to -10 C. Light to moderate winds from the southwest.WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny. Dry. Treeline temperatures -5 to -10 C. Light westerly winds.THURSDAY: Cloudy. Trace to 5 cm new snow. Treeline temperatures -7 to -3 C. Light to moderate south wind.
No recent avalanche have been reported from this region. However, I expect recent natural storm and wind slab up to size 2.
15 to 30 cm of storm snow accumulations in past 24 hours. Incoming snow will cover previously scoured surfaces and old hard windslabs, as well as sun crusts on solar aspects, and sugary facets pretty much everywhere.February's cold weather weakened the upper- and mid-snowpack. In some sheltered areas, 20-50 cm of previous snow is either faceting or sits on facets (sugary snow), and even possibly surface hoar (feathery crystals).In the south of the region, the lower snowpack is generally strong.