Skied upon a natural wet-slab avalanche on a 33 degree slope facing directly east. Flank to flank measured 270" CM + ~ 1/3 of another probe length. Bed surface was clean, down to the previous layer of frozen crust. Originated from a wet-loose sluff from a rocky, isolated terrain feature above. Ran the entire length of slope. Depth of slide ranged from 10cm to ~40 cm below. Debris field did not appear large, but I would not like to be caught in this heavy slide.
Signs of Unstable Snow
Temperatures climbed this afternoon where wet-loose and sluffs became very possible. Observed very calm winds under a clear sky.