Avalanche danger higher after May snowstorm
DENVER — The Colorado Avalanche Information Center increased the state’s avalanche danger Monday.
The new warnings come after a late-season snow storm that dumped up to a foot of snow in some areas of the high-country.
The new snow is landing on top of a thick and hard pack of snow that can easily become dislodged.
The CAIC said the danger might last for several more weeks.
Eight people have died in avalanches in Colorado this year.