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B-T Avalanche report for Greys River area

B-T Avalanche report for Greys River area

The Bridger-Teton Avalanche Center advices on Saturday morning, March 16, 2013, that conditions will be rated as “Moderate” in the the Greys River area as the day progresses. The center reports: Overnight air temperatures dropped into the upper teens to mid 20s in most areas. The general avalanche hazard will be LOW during the early morning hours in areas with thick, hard melt freeze crusts. The hazard will be MODERATE on steep slopes after these crusts soften and in areas where the crust is thin and unconsolidated snow exist beneath these crusts. Avoid steep slopes after snow surfaces have softened.” At 5 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 16, the temperature was 20 degrees at 10,800 feet on Mt. Coffin. Snow depths on Saturday included 30 inches at the Box y, 65 at Blind Bull and 70 on Commissary Ridge.

B-T Avalanche report for Greys River area

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