Cold and clear

9th February 2018

Overnight, snow showers heavy at times mainly above 250 metres accompanied by strong South-Westerly winds. Today was dry with fresh Westerly winds and the summit temperates were around minus six degrees celsius.

Ski patrol testing and triggering deposits of windslab on a North-Easterly aspect at 830 metres. 30 cm crown wall, snowpack very cold and dry.

Another slab release on a North-Easterly aspect at around 860 metres.

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