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events, weather, and snow data for the Bridger-Teton National Forest.
Crown of a large slab avalanche that was visible in Little Tuckermans at sunrise this morning
Dry to wet avalanche on Taylor Mountain’s East Face. Observed 4/15/2019 at 15:30 Click image to view video
At 11:15 am today a large avalanche released naturally from the east face of Buck Mt. At 4:15 pm Rescuers were responding to an avalanche accident in the Unskiabowl area north of Mt Glory. One person was reported to have been buried and has been uncovered.
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As we move further into spring we will begin to disconnect interval depth sensors at our most remote stations. This has been done at the Commissary Ridge Station. Disregard the data in the interval sensor column and use the total snow depth and SWE (precip) sensors to determine new snowfall.