SonarPass PCT crossing

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Sun, 02/04/2018 - 13:00
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Observation made by: Professional Observer
Snowpit Observations
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The upper 5cm(2'') are going through a melt freez cycle nightly and forming a crust that breaks down during the day when sun hits it.  There are two decomposing crust about 5cm(2") thick and they are down 30 and down 50 from the top.  Still some good, cold dry to find on NW/N/NE aspects that's protected.  Note that thin coverager is happening fairly fast at lower elevations and creeks and gullies are starting to show themsleves.  Be on the look out for depressions in the snow and be weary of puching through.

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Snowpack photos: 
Still some good snow, but we are loosing coverage rapidly
Watch for depressions in the snow, Creeks and gullies are becoming exposed
Snow is disappearing on the switchback between Sardine Mdw and Finley Mdw
Weather Observations
Blowing Snow: 
Cloud Cover: 
25% of the sky covered by clouds
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It was sunny and warm out with no new roller balls or loose wet activity showing.  The high pressure ridge still seems to be standing strong for the extended forcast.