We observed 2-4 inch wind slab on the ridgeline near Point 5925. We jumped on a west-facing, cross-loaded gully and were able to get the slab to crack and slide a couple of feet down the small test slope. At the ridgeline, there was a steady wind coming from the south - not a ton of new snow left to blow around however. On west and east facing slopes there was evidence of cross-loading even at mid-slope - mostly wind-affected snow on the windward side of gullies. There were no cracks on the leeward side of gullies and the snow felt more powdery than slabby.