Spotted 3 maybe 4 slides today near Woolly Hole on Mt Timpanogos. Couldn’t see anything highe due to clouds. Most seemed about 1-2 feet deep. Maybe 100’ across and running 100’. MAIN POINT - I was able to spot these three with limited visibility and only seeing a small part of Timp. There must be many more and widespread areas of unstable snow.
Below 8000’ there is hardly any snow. Transition zone is between 8000-9000 feet.
Photo below has three red lines marking the approx. crown lines. Map image shows a purple line to mark their rough location for gauging elevation and aspect.
Generally very little snow below 8000’. What snow exist got wet from rain and is now frozen with a slight dusting of new snow on top.