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2019-01-20 2019-01-20 06:53:32 Snowdrift avalanches. Glide-snow avalanches. A well settled, compact snowpack with loosely packed snow atop melt-freeze crusts. Ridgeline snowdrift patches on east and north-facing slopes. More (and thicker) danger zones in Hohe Tauern over 2300 m. Naturally triggered glide-snow avalanches on very steep sunny slopes, some can be large. more ...

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Considerable
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Moderate
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Orientation rose: The most critical slope orientations are marked black

Elevation

Das primäre Lawinenproblem

The icon represents the following information:
1. Conditions in the morning and afternoon hours (for exact timing see bulletin),
2.The most critical slope orientations are marked black
3. Elevation from where a significant increase in danger is expected (> above, < below).

As with any icon, it can only give preliminary information. Further details can be found in the text part of the bulletin.
Lawinenproblem
Guenstige_Situation Günstige Situation
Altschnee Altschnee
Gleitschnee
Gleitschnee
Nassschnee
Nassschnee
Neuschnee
Neuschnee
Triebschnee
Triebschnee



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