The last reported human caused avalanche activity was this past Monday on Mt Aggie (see 12/10- McGee Creek observation) in the form of a small wind slab in the alpine. Since then the shadier N facing aspects have been stripped and scoured from our N-NE wind event on Wednesday and residing snow has shown to be better welded to slope with every day. Don’t rule out that there is not lingering wind slabs out there and take normal precaution when choosing your line. Although snow available for wind transport is nearly absent from S-SW aspects, it doesn’t mean that the forecasted strong winds of today will not be able to find some material to move around and potentially deposit in erratic ways on the leeward of ridges. Loading may even take place mid slope or further down when strong winds of this nature occur.