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Avalanche forecast for Ljungdalen/Funäsdalen


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Moderate avalanche danger

Heightened avalanche conditions on specific terrain features. Evaluate snow and terrain carefully, identify features of concern.
5. Extreme 4. High 3. Considerable 2. Moderate 1. Low Not rated

Forecast summary

Official language of the SEPA avalanche forecasts is Swedish. This is a summary of the current forecast in English. It contains information about the avalanche danger rating, general travel advice and a description of the avalanche problems of most concern. Detailed information about the snowpack and further travel recommendations is currently only available in the Swedish version. In the event that there is a discrepancy between the two language versions, the Swedish language version shall prevail. Use this summery with common sense and at your own risk.

Trend

2. Moderate

Avalanche problem 1: Persistent slabs.


Elevations

Alpine Treeline Below treeline Avalanche danger

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Persistent slabs.

Persistent weak layers can produce avalanches for days, weeks or even months, making them especially dangerous and tricky. Manage the risk by making conservative terrain choices. Can be triggered by light loads and slabs often propagate in surprising and unpredictable ways.

Avalanche problem 2: Wet slabs


Elevations

Alpine Treeline Below treeline Avalanche danger

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Likelihood

Expected size


Wet slabs

Release of a slab that is moist or wet . They often occur during prolonged warming events and/or rain-on-snow events. Avoid avalanche terrain where and when you suspect Wet Slab avalanche activity.

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