Found a generally strong and right-side-up snowpack in the Kendall Lakes area today. A few small dry loose avalanches were found on steeper slopes. These were triggered by tree bombs and the ones we saw didn't contain enough snow to bury you.
We put a hole in the ground on a NW aspect at 4300' and found 135cm of snow depth and the Late November Crust was found 15cm above the ground. There are a few noticeable crusts and interfaces, but none that are overly concerning at this time.
Winds were calm until we reached the ridgeline when they became moderate at best. Plenty of lower-density snow is available for transport.