Climbed Ruby in surprisingly nice but very warm weather. Continuous snow started about 2800 feet. Everything below 5000 feet was gloppy and wet. The final ridge to the summit plateau (7000' N aspect) had some wind affected patches; hand pits pulled off this off about 10+ inches down but weren't breaking cleanly. The large cornice on the ridge proper hadnt shed any big chunks yet that we could see.
Lots of wet loose activity, both old and starting as we were skiing down around 1p - 5000' was holding up held up nicely but rollerballs and significant slush were prominent until we took our skis off below that.
Saw one apparently natural slide from the summit on a steep N aspect at about 7000' the W ridge. Looked maybe 200 feet wide with about a 3-4ft crown and fairly recent (within a week?), D2 size.