Avalanche danger climbs across the state with snow still falling
UTAH — New snowfall throughout the state has heightened the risk of avalanches. All of northern Utah and the Uintas are now at high danger ratings, while the remaining areas are at considerable levels.
In the Salt Lake Area Mountains Forecast, the danger rating will rise to high if the projected snowfall amounts are reached. Low elevations were assessed as a moderate danger rating where less snow has fallen, and winds were kept to a minimum.
Visit the Utah Avalanche Center website prior to heading out into the backcountry.
This morning with more snow forecasted there is elevated avalanche danger in Northern Utah. Get the forecast here:https://t.co/nhr8ERn9IV pic.twitter.com/aK2m5X6d8l
— UtahAvalancheCenter (@UACwasatch) March 24, 2023