Traveled from Commonwealth to Cocaine Couloir from ~0900 to ~1300.
In that area the new snow was heavy and wet and ranged from about 3cm at 3300’ to 12cm by the middle of the couloir back to 5cm near the top of the couloir. It looked like the top of Cocaine got very slightly wind scoured, and it looked like some of that snow wound up at the top of the North Couloir.
The snow fell on a very supportable crust, but doesn’t seem like it bonded to that surface very well - things like pole tests easily entrained all of the snow above the crust.
We also saw tree bombs entraining a bit of snow as they slid downhill as early as 10:00 on W facing aspects, and it was easy to produce very small wet loose slides on SW-S-SE aspects by about 12:00.
Cocaine was also filled with old debris. No crowns immediately visible from that slide.