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Avalanche Advisory for Monday, January 22, 2018

Winter weather is inbound though the small amount of snowfall forecast today has minimal potential to elevate our avalanche danger. More isolated pockets of wind slab may develop from new snow on moderate winds today and tonight remain our primary avalanche problem. Small in size, if triggered these slabs aren’t likely to bury you but could cause a long sliding fall on our largely rock hard snow surface. Until more significant accumulation of snow and mixed precipitation late tonight and into tomorrow, sliding falls above numerous hazards remain a primary concern for travelers in steep terrain.

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