Spring conditions exist. Warm temperatures, poor overnight freezing and intense solar radiation will combine to produce avalanche activity on hot afternoons. Avoid overhead cornice hazards and finish your trip early in the day.
Warm temperatures and strong solar effect are creating loose wet avalanches that may go full depth and travel a long distance. Avoid large open slopes on hot afternoons.
A significant amount of snow fell in the area during the last week of April and was distributed by winds onto lees aspects. Expect to see slab avalanches from windloaded terrain on hot afternoons.
Large cornices are looming. On failure, deep releases may run far into the valley bottom.