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Turnagain Advisory
Saturday, February 23rd 2019
There is a MODERATE avalanche danger on slopes above 1,000'. Triggering a wind slab avalanche around a foot thick is possible on wind loaded steeper slopes. Additionally, sunshine and warm temperatures may cause wet sluffs in steep southerly facing terrain. As always, give cornices a wide berth and limit exposure under glide cracks. GIRDWOOD / PORTAGE / PLACER:  Wind slabs could be deeper, up to 2' thick, due to more snow that fell last week.  SUMMIT LAKE / JOHNSON PASS:  A shallow snowpack with various weak layers exist. Triggering a larger, more dangerous slab remains a concern. Conservative terrain choices and a cautious mindset is advised. SEWARD / LOST LAKE:  Recent snowfall and strong northwest winds impacted this region as well. Watch for and be suspect of wind loaded slopes. …
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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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