Wednesday, March 20, 2019 - 9:30am
I observed two natural avalanches on the morning of 3/20. Both were on Sherwin ridge with the crown lines just below cornice features. I suspect both of the avalanches to be wind slabs. One avalanche broke skiers left of the "HOSE" and appeared to be about 80-100' wide and looked have run at least 200' through sparsely spaced trees. The second broke below the cornice skiers right side o main avy path. This avalanche appeared to be much wider and looked to have only run a short distance. Spotted from a distance I would suspect crown depths to be about 12" and destructive size in the D1- D1.5 range.