Went up Thursday morning to close to 10 inches of new snow I believe. Tamy had been closed since last Sunday and there was hardly anybody there yesterday morning so pretty much everything was untouched. The cornice on both sides was a lot of fun as nobody had dropped in (maybe a couple of people) at the time we got there. I did encounter some slight sluffing on some of the steeper sections but nothing serious. Just never been in a sluff flow in bounds before so it was unique to see. Snow consistency is more dense and wet than last storm so its not as fluffy but we still had a great time. Its windy up top. Also keep that in mind if going into the backcountry. It is considerable avy danger with prime wind conditions to form wind crust slabs. This new snow is dense and compact and is loaded on a weak surface hoar layer so human triggered slab avalanches are likely on all slope aspects of 30 degrees or more. Take the time to dig a pit in the bc or just stay in bounds and find endless lift accessible stashes.