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Yesterday, the wind blew 20-30 mph in the Southern Madison and Southern Gallatin Ranges and ...
#GetTheForecast for 1/24/22 at mtavalanche.com/forecast Yesterday, the wind blew 20-30 mph in the Southern Madison and Southern Gallatin Ranges and ...
January 23, 2022: Moderate winds out of the northwest to west will form fresh drifts of snow that can avalanche under the weight of a person. ...
January 23, 2022: Moderate winds out of the northwest to west will form fresh drifts of snow that can avalanche under the weight of a person. ...
We rode around Taylor Fork today to see if the recent snow and buried surface hoar created unstable conditions. Today we did not see signs that the ...
January 22, 2022: Avalanches are possible to trigger where recent snow is drifted into slabs up to 1-2 feet thick. The brief storm that ended ...
January 22, 2022: Avalanches are possible to trigger where recent snow is drifted into slabs up to 1-2 feet thick. The brief storm that ended ...

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Weather Stations

Weather Stations provide the GNFAC forecasters with information on snowfall, wind and temps from around the region. The Weather Log summarizes this daily.

Avalanche Education

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Placenames

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