From email on 2/21/20: "...observed today from the highway. It appears like it was probably triggered by a skier yesterday (on Feb. 20). It was on a south aspect around 8,000', and estimated to be 1-2' deep and about 30' wide.
Additionally, there were a couple of wet, point release avalanches that ran today on other southerly aspects, due to abundant sunshine and warming temps. Aside from that, no other slab avalanche activity nor signs of instability observed this last week around Cooke City."