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Heli-Free North Cascades
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How to access the NWAC observations archive
« on: 01/26/18, 12:58 PM »

Does anyone know if and how I can access the NWAC observations archive.

I'm trying to look up some observations from 2016.
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Re: How to access the NWAC observations archive
« Reply #1 on: 01/26/18, 04:13 PM »

You can find archived data from the automated weather stations at https://www.nwac.us/data-portal/. You can get the archived avalanche forecasts at https://www.nwac.us/avalanche-forecast/archives/.
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Re: How to access the NWAC observations archive
« Reply #2 on: 01/26/18, 05:10 PM »

You can find archived data from the automated weather stations at https://www.nwac.us/data-portal/. You can get the archived avalanche forecasts at https://www.nwac.us/avalanche-forecast/archives/.
thanks. I'm also looking for archived observations that were submitted on the recreational observation page.

I'm trying to do some fact-checking.
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Re: How to access the NWAC observations archive
« Reply #3 on: 01/26/18, 05:19 PM »

I found daily reports, including observational data back to December 2013

https://www.nwac.us/avalanche-forecast/avalanche-region-forecast/73/cascade-west-snoqualmie-pass/#observations
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Re: How to access the NWAC observations archive
« Reply #4 on: 01/26/18, 05:43 PM »

I found daily reports, including observational data back to December 2013

https://www.nwac.us/avalanche-forecast/avalanche-region-forecast/73/cascade-west-snoqualmie-pass/#observations
thanks Randy, but are you able to access archived recreational observations pages. Those would be Field Reports submitted by the General Public.
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