Purcells Avalanche Forecast

Issued: Oct 28th, 2021 11:00AM

Fri Oct 29th Current Conditions
Alpine Below Threshold Treeline Below Threshold Below Treeline Below Threshold
Sat Oct 30th 2 Day Outlook
Alpine Below Threshold Treeline Below Threshold Below Treeline Below Threshold
Sun Oct 31st 3 Day Outlook
Alpine Below Threshold Treeline Below Threshold Below Treeline Below Threshold

The alpine rating is below threshold, the treeline rating is below threshold, and the below treeline rating is below threshold.

Winter conditions now exist in the mountains. Gear up with a transceiver, shovel and probe and factor avalanches into your trip planning. Avalanche forecasts begin November 25.

Summary

Early Season Comment

Early Season Message

Insufficient observations exist to reliably rate the avalanche danger. Expect shallow snow cover with thinly buried rocks and trees just beneath the surface. Avalanche danger often concentrates in gullies and other deposition areas, where wind slabs may bond poorly to a weak underlying base. Deeper snow usually exists at higher elevations. For information on local conditions, watch for Mountain Information Network reports in your region. - https://www.avalanche.ca/mountain-information-network

Confidence

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Weather Forecast

See the Mountain Weather Forecast to help you plan your early winter trips.

Avalanche Summary

Snowpack Summary

Valid until: Oct 29th, 2021 11:00AM

Forecast Trend

The latest forecast danger ratings, broken down to elevation. See how an elevation is trending.