Overcast skies quickly cleared to the north but remained overcast to the south. Light E winds pushed low-level clouds into valleys that drained east of the crest. Cool temperatures.
The only avalanches we observed today were small loose dry avalanches in very steep terrain.
A ~3-4" (8-10cm) rain crust formed on Saturday to about 5700'. Above this elevation, instead of a crust, we found firm snow that fell during those warm temperatures. 4-5" (10-12cm) of snow fell after the cool down with minimal wind affect. This snow bonded well to the crust and wet snow below. Hand pits did find several storm snow interfaces evident. However, snowpack tests and small slope tests did not produce any failures.
Snowpack depths still vary with aspect and elevations. At about 6000' 4-5' (120-150cm) exist on N aspects, while 2-2.5' (60-75cm) sits on more southerly slopes.
Evidence of wind transported snow was observed in very wind prone areas along ridgelines. In many locations wind loading occurred onto more eW facing terrain. We noted 2 natural cornice collapse from Saturday, one of which triggered a small (D1) loose dry.
Comments: Wind slabs were at the front of our mind. They seemed to be isolated to more wind prone areas at mid and upper elevations.