Between noon and 2pm it was snowing at least 2-3 inches per hr. During this time as we went up to do
our 2nd run, we observed widespread crack propagation both sideways and uphill. This coincided with an
increase in temps. As we were in mostly low angle terrain, the snowpack was mainly collapsing, though
on small steep test slopes, small soft slabs were running downhill with the cutest little powder cloud. We
bailed upon seeing all this go down. It was pretty cool to see the local hazard go from moderate to
considerable, to teetering on high when we left.