This kind of avalanche problem will persist for some time with 10" of new snow (Nov 7-8) sitting on a very poor basal snowpack structure. Sensitivity should decrease over days to weeks. Remotely triggered avalanches are a sign of very sensitive avalanche conditions that will be possible to trigger from some distance away, from below a slope, or adjacent slopes. These kinds of avalanches are difficult to predict. Shooting cracks, collapsing (whumphing), and recent avalanches are bulls eye signs for the problem. To avoid this problem travel on slopes less than 25 degrees and out from under the runnout of steeper slopes.