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Avalanche danger in several places in the mountains

today at 02.14 Johan Edgar

Recent snow storms create a significant avalanche danger in the southern Jämtlandsfjällen and in the western Härjedalsfjällen, reports P4 Jämtland.

“Avalanches can be triggered by the weight of a scooter or skier, which can become large and therefore dangerous,” writes the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency on its site for avalanche forecasts.

Dangerous conditions also prevail in Abisko/Riksgränsfjällen, Kebnekaisefjällen, western Vindelfjällen and in southern Laplandfjällen, according to the authority. (TT)

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