I was out ice climbing by Silver Lake this morning and witnessed a good amount of wet loose sloughing/shedding. At around 1100 at 7300' on a 60 degree aspect the cliffs started intermittently spitting wet loose snow. One slough was big enough to engulf an ice climber next to us (no injuries). The climber was on belay and had good purchase on the terrain. Size was D 0.5.
I wasn't expecting so much shedding on that aspect today but there wasn't much breeze and the elevation is so low that in retrospect it makes sense. There was also a much larger wet debris field on the east facing slope closer to the Rush Creek trailhead. Didn't get a good look at it, but guessing it ran yesterday. And finally, on the ESE slope of Wilson Butte, while driving north this morning, I noticed a ton of small roller balls, also guessing from yesterday. There were certainly some wet warning signs out there.