Plenty of wet loose activity in the chutes and cliff bands along the north face of lichtenburg.
It looks like the whole bowl between Lichtenburg and lichtenburg West slid during the rain event. Lots of old debris at the base of the bowl (D2). The rim of the bowl has a large cornice guarding the ridge.
A couple of wind slabs had also released at the apex of some NW facing chutes around 5700 feet.
There also looked to be a large slab avalanche that released on a SE aspect further north. It looked like the whole face slid (200-300ft wide would be my best guess. Maybe 2ft deep).
Lastly, there is a lot of near surface faceting going on on the north half of the compass. @ 4900 feet and up these facets are very well developed(3-4mm). Right now it's greatly improving the skiing. When it snows again, it's going to make things spooky.