Be careful and keep distance to each other in steep (above 30 degrees) terrain with fresh wind deposited snow, especially convex terrain.
If danger Level 3-considerable, avoid steep (more than 30 degrees) areas with fresh wind deposited snow, especially convex terrain.
An avalanche is easier to trigger where wind slabs are thin or soft.
Look for areas where the wind recently has deposited snow, typically behind ridges, ribs and in gullies. Remember that local wind effects will cause variation in where the wind slabs occur.
Usually at or close to the interface to the old snow surface or within the slab layer due to variations in wind speed during storm cycle. If the weakest layer is in the old snowpack another avalanche problem wil be chosen, i.e. Persistent weak layer.