At approximately 3pm on a sunny, warm afternoon, we observed the aftermath of a size 1-2 size avalanche that occurred over the road that goes to the YurtSki Yurt/Mount Morrell Lookout. We could not see a crown from the road, but the slide seemed to have started above a rollover over the road (there was a large, dead tree which may have been the break point). The slide was difficult to describe/classify, but was most likely a wet, loose slide. On average, the slope was not particularly steep/sustained (perhaps just above 30 degrees) though the overhead rollover was steeper than average.
Signs of Unstable Snow
We skied a similar aspect as the observed avalanche earlier in the morning (before noon) and observed "hot pow" and some slightly sticky conditions. Rollerballs and wet slough increased as the day wore on.