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Stevens Pass

Issued: 1:18 PM PST Monday, November 6, 2017
by Robert Hahn

NWAC continues to monitor weather and snowpack conditions and regular updates will begin as soon as conditions warrant. Stay tuned for weekend outlooks and our announcement of the start of daily forecasting.

NWAC avalanche forecasts apply to backcountry avalanche terrain in the Olympics, Washington Cascades and Mt Hood area. These forecasts do not apply to developed ski areas, avalanche terrain affecting highways and higher terrain on the volcanic peaks above the Cascade crest level.

NWAC Fall Schedule

Winter is just around the corner!  Regular NWAC mountain weather and avalanche forecasts usually begin in mid to late November. Look for an upcoming blog post detailing late Fall/Winter NWAC operations specifying our forecast schedule. For more notes on early season avalanche hazards and Fall NWAC operations, please read the section below. 

If you have any comments or suggestions regarding the weather or the backcountry avalanche forecasting program, please direct them to:

Northwest Avalanche Center
7600 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, Washington 98115

Or email forecasters@nwac.us or phone 206-526-6165 and leave a message. The non-profit side of NWAC can be reached at info@nwac.us.