Increasing temps and high humidity. Scattered snow showers occurred throughout the day.
One old glide avalanche was just barely visible through the low clouds on an east facing aspect, starting at 2600ft, in the Heather Lake Cirque. It was large, (D2), with a 2 ft crown. It ran on a steep smooth rock slope. We were unable to see any other signs of avalanches in the area due to bad visibility.
At 1200ft the snowpack was approximately 2 feet deep and the large melt form grains making up most of the snowpack were wet. Approximately 2 inches of dry-moist snow from last night coated the surface. The snowpack slowly increased to 4-5 feet by Heather Lake, and was still large moist melt forms. At this elevation about 4 inches of low density dry snow coated the wet underlying layer. In all areas the snowpack was supportable on skis, although it was not supportable on foot, sinking in at least 50cm in unconsolidated areas.