Cool temps in the morning with scattered low clouds. The sun did poke through by mid-morning.
10cm of newer snow over the most recent 'Valentine's Day Crust'. The new snow was fairly well bonded to the crust on southerly aspects, but not as well on shaded slopes. Wind had recently drifted snow into small and isolated, but reactive slabs at an exposed ridgetop, even with some trees nearby. Small, but sharp faceted grains were observed within the eroded crust on shaded slopes above about 5,000ft. This layer proves watching as we get more snow into the weekend.
From afar, and quick glance while driving it appeared higher elevation slopes such as Jim Hill had a fairly substantial amount of wind textured snow.
Skiing down, small rollerballs could be triggered on very steep slopes in the sun, but you'd have to really try to get something moving that resembled small wet loose avalanches. Overall, quite an improvement on travel conditions, and a nice taste of winter again.