No signs of instability observed all day on a tour to Wright Mountain. It started off cloudy and misty, with clearing and cooling later in the day. Sun exposed slopes were forming a thin sun crust, sheltered slopes are retaining nice powder although it's a bit heavier than what we have been spoiled with the last few weeks. We dug a pit on the N side of the ridge on the subsidiary bump to the W of Wright Mountain. There was a modestly cohesive storm slab that slid on a storm layer one foot from the top. 2 feet down there was a very weak 5cm layer of ?facets that provided an easy sliding surface for the overlying snow. Could not get this to ski activate on any of the many small bumps and test slopes we checked but it is lurking.