Size 3: Could bury and destroy a car, damage a truck, destroy a wood frame house, or break a few trees
It appears that the Cannon Mountain couloir ran mid-storm (likely 22 February storm). Crown from a persistent/deep slab on looker's left side of col HS-N-R3-D3. There was a crown in the same col last week (19-20 Feb) that had originated on the looker's right spur from a wind-loaded, corniced lip mid-col. Both slides may have broken on mid-February surface hoar or wind-loaded interface in looker's right example; may have also broken into January on looker's left slide. Crown appeared large (2-3 m), but was spotted cross valley and was spun in by snow and wind later in the storm cycle.
Signs of Unstable Snow
Still managing terrain for preservation of life and limb.
Observed Avalanche Problem #1:
Deep Persistent Slab
Aforementioned slide. Unsurvivable large hard slab avalanches still breaking on legacy weak snow from mid-February (possibly mid-January).