Wind picked up significantly in the late morning/early afternoon generally coming from the WSW and strong enough to transport snow to lee aspects. Riding conditions have vastly improved from prior to the 2/4 storm with most "early season hazards" now less of a concern. Experienced one of the louder more bone chilling Whumpfs I've heard in a while in a bowl shaped depression in the runout of a NNW facing slide. No shooting cracks under my feet, but I did observe a large crack that had formed naturally sometime recently (see photo). Pit dug at 3100, NNW aspect, 100 - 120cm snow depth (rock to one side of the pit found upon digging). ECTN11 @75cm (measuring from bottom), ECTN 22 @30cm (measuring from bottom) partial propagation extending ~10-15cm from the edge of shovel.