IT-32-BZ-20, IT-32-BZ-10, IT-32-TN-09, IT-32-BZ-13, IT-32-BZ-16, AT-07-25, IT-32-BZ-17, AT-07-26, IT-32-BZ-18, IT-32-TN-13, AT-07-27, IT-32-BZ-19, IT-32-BZ-08, AT-07-28, IT-32-BZ-09, AT-07-29, IT-32-TN-14, IT-32-TN-06, IT-32-TN-16, IT-32-TN-08, IT-32-TN-07, IT-32-TN-10, IT-32-TN-21
Wet snow, N-NE-E-SE-S-SW-W-NW
Persistent weak layer above 2400m above 1900m, N-NE-NW
A clear night will be followed in the early morning by favourable conditions generally, but the danger of wet avalanches will increase later.
In the late morning a favourable avalanche situation will prevail. As a consequence of warming during the day and the solar radiation, the likelihood of moist and wet avalanches being released will increase. The avalanche prone locations are to be found in all aspects, especially on extremely steep sunny slopes at high altitudes and in high Alpine regions as well as on extremely steep shady slopes below approximately 2400 m. The avalanches can release the moist old snow as well and reach large size in some cases. Apart from the danger of being buried, restraint should be exercised as well in view of the danger of avalanches sweeping people along and giving rise to falls.
dp 10: springtime scenario
dp 1: deep persistent weak layer
Outgoing longwave radiation during the night will be good. The surface of the snowpack has frozen to form a strong crust. In steep terrain there is a danger of falling on the hard crust. The surface of the snowpack will soften during the day. Isolated avalanche prone weak layers exist in the bottom section of the old snowpack on shady slopes, especially between approximately 1900 and 2400 m. The old snowpack will be wet all the way through at intermediate and high altitudes. At low altitude hardly any snow is lying.
The avalanche conditions remain spring-like. The backcountry touring conditions in the morning are favourable.