This snowpack summary expires February 15, 2016, @ 5:34 am
Snowpack Summary:

The avalanche concern for the next couple of days remains focused on wet snow instability affecting southerly/sunny aspects (E-S-W).

High pressure will continue to dominate the weather picture through Tuesday, with sunny skies and scatter clouds occasionally filtering through the Eastern Sierra front. Temperatures have cooled slightly since peaking earlier in the week but nighttime lows have creeped-up  into the upper 20’s to mid 30’s, in some loactions, with the surface melt-freeze crust barely supportive in places. As a result, mid–upper elevation slopes (E-SE-S-SW) will warm rapidly with firm supportive melt-crusts becoming unsupportive quickly depending on aspect, and time of...

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