Broken skies in the morning and no wind to speak of. Around noon some flurries started before showers became more consistent and a light breeze kicked up.
Plenty of evidence of yesterday's warm-up with wet debris, freezing rain-coated surfaces, and lots of treebombs. Saw some textured surfaces but couldn't get any test slopes to pop and couldn't find a Wind Slab.
The surface snow was changing throughout the day as temperatures dropped. Snow that was easy to entrain with your ski pole or hand pits earlier in the day slowly became lighter. Below ~5000' the snow is much heavier and the effects of yesterday's warmup are much more pronounced with a nasty breakable crust. At upper elevations, around 10cm sat above the 12/21 crust and the 12/18 crust was found 38cm down and was boot supportable.