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Fortune favors the prepared.
More snow isn’t bad, but dynamic weather makes predicting avalanches tricky
While the immediate risk is lessened, Juneau isn’t out of the deep end yet.
Natural avalanches likely, and human triggered avalanches are very likely
Centennial Hall to open as evacuation center.
A month of weird weather has created a uniquely loaded set of dice.
The snowpack got its bell rung.
A small noise with a big effect: using tech to trigger avalanches
Two skiers were nearby.
It sparked curiosity, but didn’t bother the dogs.
Forget the cannon, get to the chopper.
The State of Alaska is looking for someone who enjoys working with explosives and coping with avalanches. Last week, the Alaska Department of Transportation and… Continue reading