Toured in the Snoqualmie region at Kendall Knob (#2) on 1/31. The day had warm temperatures (39 degrees) with a small amount of rain/fog -- no avalanches witnessed. Dug a small snow pit near the top in a wooded section (~4200 ft) with the intent of finding the 1/13 crust. Based on the small snow pit dug witnessed the 1/13 crust ~15 cm into the snow pack and compression tests showed instability after 13 compressions. We stayed in the trees going down the north side of Kendall Knob and did not witness or see any other signs of instability. Riding conditions were nice at the top and slowly turned to ice near the bottom in classic Snoqualmie fashion.