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PROFESSIONAL OBSERVATION FORM
 Start Date: 03.03.19 Name: Lundy, Lee Operation: SAC
 Drainage/Route:  Cape Horn Summit/Fir Creek Observed Terrain:  6700-8600, generally shady aspects Zone/Region:  Banner Summit
WEATHER OBSERVATIONS
 HN24: HST: Sky: SCT Precip: Temps:
 Ridgeline Wind: Calm
 Blowing Snow: Snow Available for Transport: Large amounts
 Comments: Increasing clouds through the day, going from FEW to BKN by the afternoon. There were less clouds as we drove back to Stanley. Temps seemed to stay cool.
AVALANCHE OBSERVATIONS
 No. Location Date Size Type Trigger Aspect Elevation Comments
 Several Below ridgelines Within past week 1.5 SS N NE ~8400-8700 Evidence of many wind slab avalanche breaking in obviously wind loaded areas. Most released mid storm and almost all crowns were filled in. A few may have been D2 but almost all were smaller.
 1 Solar slide path about a mile from the hwy Yesterday 1.5 WL N S 7400? Actually a decent sized WL originating from steep rocky cliffs
 
 Comments: Saw a few
STABILITY TESTS
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SNOW STABILITY
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