On Sunday, 1-4” of snow fell across the forecast area with W-SW winds transporting it to a variety of leeward terrain conducive to capturing snow. Observations in the Mammoth area yesterday recorded thin, low volume wind slab in steep N-E aspects adjacent to rock features and sidewalls of gullies. There were also small cross loaded pillows on southerly aspects that were a bit reactive, but also were cooked down by yesterday’s sun and warmth. Although reactive, this shallow new wind slab was not running far, nor entraining much snow as it slid minimal distances. Monday’s warm temperatures and sunny skies also contributed to cooking the sunny aspects and reducing the amount of available snow for transport by todays predicted west-southwest flow. Sunny skies and warming today could loosen small deposits of Sunday’s snow on warming aspects, particularly S-W. Shedding snow could entrain enough to make for an unpleasant impact, especially in extreme or exposed terrain.