My partner and I ascended Moolock Mountain yesterday via Bessemer Road. There was recent snow accumulation overnight and during the day, which covered rollerballs and pinwheels that likely occurred during warmer weather last week. Above 4000ft, the surface snow is perhaps 24" deep and unconsolidated. We found some areas where this surface snow was sitting on a surface of ice and would slide easily, but did not behave as a slab. We ascended from ~4200 feet via the East ridge. As we ascended, the North side of the ridge was heavily corniced through its entire length. Low visibility made it difficult to see the North-aspect slopes below the cornices, but we had clearer views of the South (windward) slope which had some small and localized wind texturing. South winds were moderate with frequent stronger gusts. We witnessed a lot of snow transport above 4500 feet, filling our snowshoe tracks within ~15 minutes.