Large avalanches in Willard Headwall could have failed on the same layer or just large well connected windslab. Unsure due to poor visibility.
|Bill Brandt Photo|
Second part of the story is the extent of Hard D2/3 Windslab avalanches at Snowbasin today with explosives. These avalanches seemed quite touchy and definitely could have been triggered by a human. Some of these avalanches had crowns up to 4ft deep. The other amazing part is how well connected some of these avalanches were. Some connecting through rock bands similar to how a Persistent Slab avalanche would act.
The Third part of the story. Impressive Wet/Wind Slab avalanches observed today. I was surprised at how far these ran they were also quite destructive as imagined. Also some D2+ Wet Loose avalanches. This cycle is over now!