|Avalanche Advisory published on November 21, 2013:||Issued by Nick Meyers at 8:20pm|
The Mt Shasta Avalanche Center issued its last advisory of the 2012/13 season on April 7th, 2013. We will start issuing intermittent advisories if conditions warrant. We should start our regular advisories in early December.
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Terrain: Remember most of the terrain that we like to play on is greater than 30 degrees. Avalanches are possible on anything steeper than 30 degrees, especially wet snow avalanches. Avoid cornices, rock bands, terrain traps and runout zones of avalanche paths.
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WEATHER STATIONS -
Current weather station information is available if you click the "conditions" tab and then the desired weather station.
|Two-Day Mountain Weather Forecast Published On November 21, 2013|
This advisory does not apply to Ski Areas or Highways and is for the Mt. Shasta, Castle Lake and Mt. Eddy back country. Use this information for guidance only. You may find different conditions in the back country and should travel accordingly. This advisory expires at Midnight November 21, 2013.