Saw a human triggered avalanche that looked like it was from this morning at 8940 on steep north / east facing slope. Didn’t get very close but the crown looked to be quite small: .75 -2 inches and it didn’t propagate more than 5? 10? Feet. Tracks seemed to indicate that the skier skied out with no issue.
Lots of wind transportation observed. Massive amounts almost constantly blowing off high elevation peaks to the south of us. In the bishop bowl gullies the wind was coming in regular gusts and the snow was being carried down into the gullies / not sticking to the existing wind slab at the tops.
South facing stuff was Sun effected
It was getting quite hot when the snow was not blowing especially down near the parking area.