New snow and wind may have covered up signs of recent avalanches.
While visibility was generally poor today due to cloud cover and low light, some openings in the clouds allowed for hard light to migrate across the landscape.
One new, recent avalanche crown was visible at the top of Martin Mine. Approximately 1-2 feet deep, 200 feet wide. Debris was covered in new snow and wind blown snow.
New snow totals appear to be around 12" at 3500'. This new snow is upside down, with wind pressed and wind effected snow on the surface, 4"/10cm, thick. This layer produced localized shooting cracks, no longer than 6 feet.
No collapsing or whumphing was observed today.
Only one test slope, NW, 4000', 35deg, produced an small skier cut avalanche, 4" deep x 10 feet wide x 20 feet vertical run, failing within the storm snow.