Mid elevation slab under the steep chutes adjacent to Todds Run. Also note debris from other slides to lookers left of the crown.
Seattle Ridge mid-elevation slab, approximately across from the Tincan lot. When taking this (see next photo)...
... a small loose avalanche occurred, at 1030 AM! It started on a steep solar aspect directly facing the sun, at the top of the middle photo at the dark spot (rock or tree?)
This glide crack on Seattle Ridge - roughly across from Eddies - has grown since we saw it on Tuesday...
Large crowns back in Lynx creek, with some thinner crowns potentially also in the picture, though they are hard to make out.
Fairly recent slab below Twin Peaks, also mid-elevation, with a portion that appears to have stepped down. Other loose avalanches and debris to lookers left in this photo.
To the west of 4940', the deeper slab seems to be a step down from a series of smaller slab avalanches upslope and to the right (some are hard to make out in this photo).
Thin mid-elevation slab on Captain's Chair, bottom left of this photo.
Large cornice fall and slab off the high peak at the head of Gulch Creek and near the head of Seattle Creek, as seen from a pullout near Butch in the Summit Lake area. Also note the debris to lookers left, with a few very faint crowns above.