I saw this video on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hs5iXGJVkb8, but I really don't how answer this question: How is it possible that wind can cause ablation of ice? I know that ice can ablate by sublimation or evaporisation, but how can we explain that wind can cause ice to ablate?
Temperature may play little role in the ablation process in the video. The strength of the wind is such that it shears off the ice/snow. The same as you blow off dust.