Isolated pockets of windslab (now buried by up to 25cm of low density snow) were noted at higher elevation lee terrain that may be reactive to skier traffic. If the winds pick up there is a lot of new snow available for transport.
Recent low density snow has produced numerous small loose dry avalanches in steep terrain.
Deep persistent slabs are best managed by:
Cornices are best managed by:
Tues: Sun, Cloud and flurries. Alpine -7. Light to moderate NE wind. Freeze levels 1400m.
Wed: Same forecast as Tuesday.
Thurs: Sun cloud and flurries. Freeze level 1700m
Avalanche Canada's Mountain Weather Forecast is a great regional-scale resource for up-to-date weather information. SPOTWX is a good resource for local scale weather forecasts.
Up to 40cm of recent low density snow at treeline and above with minimal wind effect. This sits on a supportive crust that exists to ridgetop except on high north faces. Overall a well consolidated snowpack with the lower half composed of dense facets and decomposing crusts, which haven't produced test results or recent avalanches.
No new slab avalanches reported or observed. A couple loose dry avalanches (Size 1) out of the steep cliffy terrain on Mount Blakiston were directly observed on Monday.
Please consider submitting a MIN report if you see an avalanches.