I walked up to Lake Twentytwo, first finding snow just below the lake at approximately 2300ft. The cirque at the lake had about 2 feet of hard, icy snow. It still hadn't softened at all by 10am. Skies were overcast and it didn't seem like there would be much softening there today. Seeing as the avalanche danger was low, I walked around the lake, viewing the wet loose avalanches which came down Jan 11-12 during the atmospheric river of rain the area received. They were mostly small (D1) but one was a little larger (D2). The debris reached approximately halfway down from the bottom of the cliff band to the lake. Walking back I encountered many friendly day hikers out for their weekend hike.