Skiers reported: "Two new [trigger unknown] avalanches on the east side of Henderson today. The first photo is from this morning (12/27/19) around 11:00. The second one appears to be much deeper and I didn't notice it until I rode back by around 2:30, so it might have occurred while I was out skiing or I just missed it this morning."
From Dave and Doug's investigation on 29 Dec:
1. The lookers left avalanche was the deepest at 6' deep of Hard Slab. Estimated 150' wide and 300' vertical. It broke on facets near the ground.
2. The avalanche to the right was 3' deep and also broke on facets near the ground. It too was heavily wind-loaded. Estimated 250' wide and 300' vertical.