Overnight temperatures and clear skies allowed the snow surface to once again freeze solid. Today, we will see partly cloudy skies and just enough wind to keep the wet activity at bay. As a result, the avalanche danger is LOW, and natural and human-triggered avalanches are unlikely.
Remember, Normal Caution means: That any avalanche type is possible but the most common would be wind slab, loose wet, and loose dry avalanches and they would be expected to be small. Do not approach a Normal Caution avalanche problem as an “anything goes” situation. Continue to keep your guard up and look for any signs of unstable snow.
Don't forget that small avalanches can have devastating consequences given your terrain selection. Always evaluate the snow, terrain, and weather conditions as you travel.