Another layer of frosty feathers has entered the snowpack. Chris Granter tells us about it and the other two problems under our feet.
We still want to make smart terrain choices out there. Ryan Harvey explains why those lovely-looking feathers, when buried, can bury us under tons of snow.
There is powder up there. Way up there. But this is a stressed snowpack. Ryan Harvey warns us of the lurking dangers. Sorry about the wind noise.
Snow. Rain. Cold Temps. Warm Temps. Wind. Time. It's all happening this fall around Golden. Kyle Hale explains how the mixed-up mix of them all has created layers that vary, so be very wary.
We'll be keeping our eye on this bad boy. The brown smudge in the middle indicates the spooky Halloween rain layer. The brown smudge on the bottom indicates the still warm earth under 40 cm of wet snow. Thanks for the photo shivers, Adam Sherriff. This was snapped 5 days ago at the top of Think Twice.