Upon closer inspection the avalanches in this observation on Bullion Mountain have been edited by forecasters to D1.5 - 2 in destructive size. Their depth is approximately 6"-2 feet deep in relatively small portions of specific, wind load and cross-loaded terrain.
Avalanches continue to be possible to human trigger throughout the Hatcher Pass region. They are stubborn to unreactive. In many cases it takes numerous riders to get a slope to release and propagation can be limited due to low continuity of the slabs. In isolated areas, on heavily wind loaded areas, on lee slopes where the depth and distribution of wind loaded snow is larger, avalanches may still be possible to trigger that are D2 and 2-4 feet deep.