Light snowfall and moderate winds seem to define the day. SW winds were actively blowing snow on any exposed slope near treeline,.
No avalanches were observed.
The snowpack is quite variable in-depth and layering. In general, about 24" of mostly right-side-up soft snow sits above the Mid Nov Crust. Average snowpack depth of 36-40". Snowpack test highlight storm interfaces, but none of these layers seemed capable of producing large avalanches.
Winds had stripped the snow down to the Late Nov Crust on some exposed SW facing slopes. Plenty of textured snow surfaces, riming, and drifts highlighted the wind transport. Shallow soft wind slabs had formed (up to 6" deep) on lee slopes.
Numerous obstacles exist. These anchors break up the snowpack, making it hard to find large areas of continuous snow.