Natural Avalanches very unlikely.
Human triggered avalanches not likely.
Natural Avalanches unlikely.
Human triggered avalanches possible.
Natural Avalanches possible.
Human triggered avalanches are likely.
Natural and Human triggered
avalanches will occur.
Widespread Natural and Human triggered avalanches will occur.View Travel Advice for Hazard Level
No precipitation is expected throughout the forecast period. Winds will be light generally South-Westerly. Freezing levels around 700 metres, but warming in the day.
The snowpack will continue to consolidate and stabilise in most areas and will be generally well bonded and stable. Some isolated moderately bonded windslab will be present especially where this achieves depth. Greatest accumulations are on high wind sheltered locations on Northerly to South-East facing aspects above 1000 metres. Surface instabilities will occur on sun affected slopes. Cornices remain a threat with potential collapse. The avalanche hazard will be Moderate
A dry day, generally calm with a light Westerly breeze at summit level. Cloudy at first clear later.
The snowpack has refrozen and consolidated on all aspects and at all levels and is generally stable. Some very localised and avoidable moderately bonded windslab is present in high wind sheltered locations mainly around coire rims and gully exits.Large threatening cornices still overhang many Northerly to East facing slopes. The avalanche hazard is Moderate
Firm snow- ice on most aspects some soft on East aspects. Cool and clear conditions on the tops. Calm conditions generally.
A fine day day in prospect.
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