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Throughout our day, we saw small cornices on the NE side of ridges. We skiied into a convex rollover in low consequential terrain and caused a wind slab of roughly 3" to break loose just below the top of the ridge. The wind was primarily coming in from the West but it shifted throughout our tour, always coming from the Northern half of the compass. The wind was clearly transporting a lot of snow; snow that was currently falling as well as picking up snow from the surface.
Also, as we skinned up, we noticed that south aspects had developed a small sun crust on them.
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