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Nov 20th, 2016    Public Observer
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Nov 21st, 2016    Heather Thamm
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Nov 20th, 2016    Johnston-Bloom / Moderow
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Announcements

Please join the US and Canada in this joint survey looking into how to better serve you - the users!! We want to hear from all types of backcountry recreationalists, at every level, especially those that are just beginning to use the avalanche forecast.
Turnagain Advisory
Thursday, April 25th 2019
The avalanche danger is CONSIDERABLE above 2500' due to active wind loading and new snow. Human triggered wind slabs 1-2' may be tender on leeward slopes 35 degrees and steeper. Triggering a slab 2-3' in older snow on Northerly aspects above 2500' is possible and could propagate across an entire slope. If the sun makes an appearance natural wet-loose avalanches on South aspects are possible in the afternoon. Careful snowpack evaluation and conservative terrain choices are essential. As always, give cornices a wide berth and limit travel under glide cracks. Between 1000' and 2500' the avalanche danger is MODERATE where triggering dry loose snow is likely on steep features and wet loose avalanches will be possible in the afternoon if the sun come out. PORTAGE VALLEY: Cornice fall and/or aval …
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Summit Weekly Summary
Tuesday, October 30th 2018
ARCHIVED ADVISORY - Advisories expire after 24 hours.
Summaries for the Summit Lake region on the Kenai are no longer being issued. Information regarding Summit Lake will be included in the Turnagain Pass Avalanche Advisory.  …
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