CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Search teams plan to resume looking Saturday for two climbers feared buried by an avalanche in Grand Teton National Park.

Walker Pannell Kuhl of Salt Lake City and Gregory Seftick, a Minnesota native who’s been living in Columbia Falls, Mont., haven’t been seen since last Saturday.

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Heavy snow suspended the search for them Thursday and Friday. The weather forecast calls for improved conditions Saturday.

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An intense effort Tuesday and Wednesday failed to turn up any sign of the two men. The search is focusing on a canyon on the east side of the Tetons where an avalanche occurred.

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