Lots of new wet loose point releases on the Southeast face of Seattle Ridge. These were obviously triggered around rocks and thin spots in dirt and covered older debris. The SE face of Seattle is pretty thin and lots of rocks and dirt can heat up easily and shed snow below and around these places. This was also the case on Southern aspect os Penguin Ridge in Girdwood. There was also a recent slab avalanche on a North aspect of the Seattle Headwall, trigger unknown at this time.