Tuesday: Human triggered avalanches will be unlikely in most areas, but possible especially at high elevations over 11,000’ on NW-W-S-SE slopes just below ridgelines and in extreme terrain due to high elevation NE winds that have been transporting snow.
Wednesday: Human triggered wind slab avalanches will become increasingly likely on exposed slopes and in and around terrain features that promote drifting and cross-loading due to moderate to high SW winds. These will most likely be found on slopes facing NW-N-E-SE over 9,000’ with likelihood increasing with elevation.
Be on the lookout for blowing snow and signs of recent dense wind-deposited snow. Avoid steep slopes that are being wind-loaded, and do your own stability assessments on areas where dense wind-deposited surface snow is found.