Early December Outlook – Canada

Early December Outlook – Canada

After a few weeks of drought and the current frontal system from the Pacific that’s moving through British Columbia delivering significant snow and rain, we can expect elevated avalanche danger in some mountain regions. Lead forecaster Colin Garritty concisely summarizes the outlook for early December in his recent blog, Trouble Ahead?

If you’re venturing out into the backcountry in the next few weeks be sure to check the Avalanche Canada forecast for your region and use conservative terrain choices.

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