ski cut avalanche Aggie

AVALANCHE OBSERVATION
mount aggie

Drainage:

Submission Info
Monday, December 10, 2018 - 3:00pm
Red Flags: 
Recent loading by new snow, wind, or rain
Avalanche Type: 
Slab
Slope: 
35degrees
Trigger type: 
Skier
Crown Height: 
Less than 1 ft
Aspect: 
Southeast
Avalanche Width: 
50ft.
Terrain: 
Above Treeline
Avalanche Length: 
1 500ft.
More detailed information about the avalanche: 

Suspected reactive wind slab, aggressively ski cut upper slope wich resulted in a small slab avalanche (crown of maybe 4 inches) the resulting slide entrained a fair bit of loose snow and caused several other pockets of wind slab down slope to slide. slide ran approx 1500 feet D1+

Blowing Snow: 
Yes
Cloud Cover: 
75% of the sky covered by clouds
Air temperature: 
Below Freezing
Wind Speed: 
Moderate
Air temperature trend: 
Cooling
mount aggie 37° 32' 48.3072" N, 118° 50' 29.2596" W
   
 
 
 
 
 
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