This advisory expires May 3, 2014, @ 7:01 am
Bottom Line:

This is the last avalanche advisory for the season. This does not mean the end of avalanches- avalanche end when the snow melts. Remember to respect complicated terrain, keep your eyes open to obvious clues, and take nothing for granted.

The avalanche danger is generally LOW today.  Expect firm spring snow conditions  this morning with mid day softening.  Watch for wet avalanche activity as the sun heats up the slopes especially around rocks and places where the snow coverage is thin. As usual, you should get out early and get home early. Be aware that sunny aspects may have a wet snow danger while shadier north facing slopes still have a dry snow avalanche danger.

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