Saturated and unconsolidated snow has been reported in the lower elevations of South Fork by others informally today as well. As the warm days continue, we know from the past that large natural wet slabs can begin to occur. This is due to the faceted snow at the base of the snowpack. We know it's reactive due to the extent of avalanches during the past 10 days.
Thanks to Lizzy for writing in as we should keep a heads up. Also of note, the slab avalanches reported below were from a week to 10 days ago (April 12-14 time frame).