Mach 0.94 flow over a cavity having a length-to-depth ratio of five was explored using time-resolved particle image velocimetry (TR-PIV) with a burst-mode laser. The data were used to probe the resonance dynamics of the first three cavity (Rossiter) tones. Bandpass filtering was employed to reveal the coherent flow structure associated with each tone. The first Rossiter mode was associated with a propagation of large scale structures in the recirculation region, while the second and third modes contained organized structures consistent with convecting vortical disturbances. The wavelengths of the second and third modes were quite similar to those observed in a previous study by the current authors using phase-averaged PIV. Convective velocities computed using cross correlations in the unfiltered data showed the convective velocity increased with streamwise distance in a fashion similar to other studies. Convective velocities during cavity resonance were found to decrease with decreasing mode number, consistent with the modal activity residing in lower portions of the cavity in regions of lower local mean velocities. The convective velocity fields associated with resonance exhibited a streamwise periodicity consistent with wall-normal undulations in the resonant velocity fields; however, additional work is required to confirm this is not an analysis artifact.