Went for a low key tour in the Lakes Basin and observed several avalanches from our recent storm:
Trees Above Twin Lakes: SS-D1.5-R4-N-30 to 35°-E-8800: Small open pocket far skiers left side had noticeable crown. Pocket was an opening in the trees and below ridge-line. I assume it was more of a PWL than wind slab issue. Not steep enough for storm slab.
Lower rocky cliff band of TJ Bow-SS-D2-R2-N-35 to 45°- NE 10,200: Prominent crown just below cliffs
Ship's Prow-SS-D2-R3-N-45to 50°-N-11,200: Cliff feature just E of Ship's Prow. Large relative to area that could slide. Below cliffs.
Looked as though there could have been some slides during the storm based on some muted debris below ridge-line on the crest.
Day started sunny and windy. Wind abated slightly and snow really picked up around 1300. Did not note any snow instabilities during tour. Skiing was great but deep for low angle terrain.