Via USGS: Two large avalanches occurred again at Mount St. Helens, this time on the east side of the volcano. The first was at 23:43 on March 12 and the second was at 4:48 on March 13. The first was around 7 minutes in duration - probably around a D3 on the NE side of the volcano close to East Dome. The second was nearly 20 minutes long, most likely starting around Shoestring Notch. The second one was definitely channelized.
USGS: Ran 2.5 miles from the top of the Shoestring Glacier down into the flat and fills some of the canyons completely. Debris piles are estimated to be 20-30 feet high in places at the toe.
Suspected to be a Wind Slab that may have entrained wet snow due to the warm-up and rain. Possibly Wet Slab.