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Cooke City, 2019-04-14

This natural slab avalanche on Abiathar near Cooke City released adjacent to another avalanche that occurred last week. Photo: G. Antonioli

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Bridger Range, 2019-04-12

Photo: GNFAC

Cooke City, 2019-04-12

Photo: B. Fredlund

Cooke City, 2019-04-12

Photo: B. Fredlund

Northern Madison, 2019-04-12

From e-mail on 4/11/19: "We found reactive storm slabs and touchy windslabs near ridgelines. We kicked off a small windslab in 4th of July from the top of the couloir. Attached is a photo of the crown to give you a depth perspective. It was about 6 feet across and 3-4 inches deep."

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Cooke City, 2019-04-11

We saw this avalanche on Thursday April 11th in addition to many similar crowns throughout terrain north of Cooke City. Natural new snow avalanches 1-2 feet deep ran the past 1-3 days during a heavy spring snowstorm. Photo: GNFAC

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Cooke City, 2019-04-11

We saw this crown on Thursday April 11th in addition to many similar crowns throughout terrain north of Cooke City. Northeast aspect, 10,000' elevation. Natural new snow avalanches 1-2 feet deep ran the past 1-3 days during a heavy spring snowstorm. Photo: GNFAC

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Bridger Range, 2019-04-10

Heavy rain on Monday produced a widespread wet loose avalanche cycle in the Bridger Range. Photo: GNFAC 

Cooke City, 2019-04-10

Natural avalanche of new snow on north aspect of Abiathar Peak near Cooke City. Photo: B. Fredlund

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Cooke City, 2019-04-10

Natural wet slide activity on a west aspect around 8,600' near Cooke City. Photo: B. Fredlund

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Cooke City, 2019-04-10

From e-mail: "some natural, wet slab avalanche activity from yesterday on Mt. Republic.  North facing, 8,000'.  Triggered by wet loose slides from above." Photo: B. Fredlund

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Cooke City, 2019-04-10

From e-mail: "Some natural, wet slab avalanche activity from yesterday on Mt. Republic.  North facing, 8,000'.  Triggered by wet loose slides from above." Photo: B. Fredlund

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Bridger Range, 2019-04-09

Snowpit dug at Bridger Bowl on Monday (4/8). Heavy snow and rain are creating dangerous avalanche conditions. Photo: BBSP

Out of Advisory Area, 2019-04-08

Looking down the path of a skier-triggered avalanche in the Tobacco Roots near Bell Lake. The crown was 24-30" deep and 150' wide. Nobody was caught or buried.

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Out of Advisory Area, 2019-04-08

Crown line of a skier-triggered avalanche in the Tobacco Roots near Bell Lake. The crown was 24-30" deep and 150' wide. Nobody was caught or buried.

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Out of Advisory Area, 2019-04-07

Natural wind slab in the Crazy Mtns. Photo: A. Vadis

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Bridger Range, 2019-04-06

Below 3-5" of new snow there is a supportable frozen crust on top of a wet snowpack on most slopes. Avalanches are mostly confined to the new snow on top of this crust (wet loose, dry loose, wind slabs). However, where the snowpack did not freeze below the new snow, or when this crust melts, deeper wet slides are possible. Photo: GNFAC

Northern Madison, 2019-04-01

This wet avalanche crossed the Dudley Creek trail and took out a portion of a fence on private land. It barely missed hitting the house. Photo: J. Cummins

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Northern Madison, 2019-04-01

The wet avalanche crossed the Dudley Creek trail and took out a portion of a fence on private land. It barely missed hitting the house. Photo: J. Cummins

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Northern Madison, 2019-04-01

This wet avalanche ran almost all the way to the road near the Dudley Creek trailhead. Photo: J. Cummins

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