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Report
Tue. 07.05.2019
update 06.05.19 16:46 (Bernhard Niedermoser - translated by Jeffrey McCabe)

The next Avalanche Bulletin will be published at the start of winter 2019/2020.

Afternoon

Morning

Personal advice from the team at the Avalanche Warning Service is also possible in the off-season by calling 0662 8042 2170.

Avalanche Danger

Tips for backcountry skiing tours in May and June:

Heed daytime cycle (altitude, aspect, day of arrival, day of departure, overcast or clear nocturnal skies)
Avoid hot days, better to go biking or swimming.
After a heavy snowfall, wait for the snow to settle.

The following links could be helpful in off-season:

http://www.lawine.salzburg.at/lagebericht/newsletter.html
[Abonnieren um Updates nicht zu versäumen]

http://www.lawine.salzburg.at/daten.html
[Wind, Temperatur, Schneehöhen]

https://www.lawis.at/
[Messdaten, auch fürs Smartphone]

http://warnungen.zamg.at/
[Warnung vor grobem Wetter]

http://www.zamg.ac.at/cms/de/wetter/wetteranimation
(Tip: helps to time precipitation and clear nights)

Snow Layering

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Alpine Weather Forecast (ZAMG Salzburg)

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Short Term Development

The team at the Avalanche Warning Service thanks all those at the 17 manned stations for the numerous reports, the Alpine Police, the pilots from the Interior Ministry, the great weather forecasts of the ZAMG and the numerous reported observations of backcountry tourers, together with the current information of the 70 Avalanche Commissions. Thanks also to Jeffrey McCabe for his vivid English translations of the daily bulletins.
C. Riedl, M. Butschek, B. Niedermoser





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