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General Bulletin for Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Temperatures have only dipped below freezing briefly since last Saturday’s solid overnight freeze. Warm temperatures penetrating the snowpack increase the risk of loose, wet sluffs large enough to push a skier downhill and possibly into a crevasse, a waterfall hole, into rocks or over a cliff. Continued warm temperatures are on tap until the weekend when summit temperatures may once again drop, allowing a refreeze. Until then, count on record setting warm temperatures along with meltwater runoff to make the following hazards worse:

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