The Utah Avalanche Center issued a warning through 6 a.m. Monday for the central and southern Wasatch range, including the western Uintas.
After a week of storms, the avalanche danger is high.
The warning states, “Very dangerous avalanche conditions exist. Human triggered and natural avalanches are likely. Stay off of and out from under slopes steeper than 30 degrees. Avalanches can be triggered from a distance or from beneath steep slopes.
The winter season is now on us, stay safe in Utah’s mountains.
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