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Upper Sneffels Creek

Continue to see signs that DH is gaining strength. Third day in a row to see moist facets near the ground. Not ready to let my guard down where these things are present however. Upper portion of DH still reactive in stability tests.

Commodore Gulch

Pit highlight the decrease in sensitivity and isolated nature of the current hazard. 100cm slab over 15 cm rounding depth hoar. Structure is a red flag but slab is dense and strong. Likelihood of triggering is low but pockets still exist where you can trigger deep slab that may propagate whole slope. NW-E n/atl.


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