Out of town for the holidays, but wanted to post about Tuesday, 12/21. Didn't find anything much different avy-wise than 12/20, but the new snow was much worse to ski than 12/20. It came in upside-down that night, and it was really tough to break trail and ski through. Skiing on lower-angled slopes resembled tunneling more than skiing. The temps were also much higher. There are now many, many different layers in the snowpack with varying density with this new storm.
The sky cover broke on 12/21 for about 30 min, but I was pretty low in the trees at that point, so I couldn't see too much. Couldn't see anything across BCC, but I could see a bunch of natural slides in the Dry Fork area of Willow Fork, mostly in the NE and N-facing terrain. There was still too much fog to get photos or even see the crown in most cases, but a few of the slides looked rather large for that area. No guess on the depth, no guess on actual size. I'm really curious what came down naturally over the last week once the skies finally clear for good.
Happy holidays and happy skiing!
Edit: This must be one of the slides I saw through the clouds: http://utahavalanchecenter.org/avalanch ... w_12222010