Spent most of the day along the Turnagain Road corridor. It was raining in the morning and visibility was limited. Despite the poor weather in the morning we had a good turn out for the January Rescue clinic. In the afternoon the skies broke briefly and visibility was good on the Southern side of the Pass. We observed some small wet point releases below 2000′ and a few very small wind slabs at about 3000′. None were big enough to bury a person. See photos below.
Could see lots of small glide cracks scattered along Seattle Ridge, both North and South. Did not observe any recent glide releases… however visibility on the North side of Turnagain Pass was limited at best.