Beautiful morning up on the pass with clearing skies and light NW winds. Intermittent light winds were causing continued transport of the recent low-density snow. The "summit ridge" of the Cross had noticeable cornices developed on the Big Wood side of the pass. Skinning along the ridge, several of the more overhanging cornices cracked, broke off, and started rolling downhill. These collapses did not trigger anything on the slope below (<30*) or entrain much snow, but I could easily see similar cornices/wind slabs on ridgelines above steeper slopes being more problematic (e.g. Titus Ridge heading up to the Lake Chutes). Based on what I saw out there today, there is still plenty of low-density snow available for transport in the coming days with even relatively light winds.