From the day's avy report:
Large and deadly avalanches continued to release early Thursday morning. Activity included at least four large natural avalanches, two avalanches from helicopter skiing test explosives (photo), and a hand full of slides from resort control work. All of these had a 3-5’ fracture line depths with the largest in West Monitor (photo) up to 9 feet deep in one section of the crown face. One of these natural avlanches released in skier compacted terrain at one of the local ski areas. These all released due to added weight from wind transported snow over the last 48 hours. The avalanche activity is widespread enough to make most avalanche professionals nervous.
I would expect the activity to slow down today but my own personal pucker factor will not let me toy with any steeper slopes until the avalanche activity stops. I spoke to many people yesterday that agreed that the snowpack is gaining strength but not one of them would consider getting on the big slopes yet. It’s like playing with an armed nuclear bomb. You can probably keep it from exploding but do you want to take the chance.
In addition a photo from the avy report: