Photo attached shows numerous avalanche debris fields on the N aspect of Table Mountain, coming off of the N facing cliff bands and extending into the Bagley Lakes Basin. Some are rather large in size. Likely traveled from around 5000' to approx. 4300'. Photo zoomed in from a distance. Some debris could have been from the day before on 4/24.
Weather: Low visibility and complete cloud cover throughout day. A light 1-2" of snow overnight 4/24-4/25. Temps hovered around freezing in the morning, and then warmed later in the day. Snow was heavy and wet and became increasingly more so into the afternoon as one might expect, on all aspects. Boot penetration was ankle+ deep by mid-late morning. Low to no visibility in open tree-less higher aspects.