Two big avalanches were triggered on Henderson Mountain near Cooke City on 1/16/20. One was huge. The other was still big enough to bury or kill somebody. Nobody was reported caught or injured. Report and photos from a third party that did not witness the slides occur, but were in the area earlier this day and saw the slopes had not slid.
From forecaster site visit: "We parked near the bottom of the debris on the Henderson slide and climbed to the crown. Knife hard wind slab; failed on facets at the ground that were 1F+ hardness (2-4mm). The crown was 5 meters deep (measured) and tapered to 16". There are lots of rocky and thin zones on this slope that were likely the trigger point. Vertical distance was 600', 1000 feet wide, debris was 10' deep."