Warm ambient air temp, no freeze overnight. Low cloud cover increasing throughout the day, strong ridgeline winds above treeline, light rain began around 14:00
Numerous slides/debris visible likely from the past weekends storm. Many WL and WS starting on steep, rocky slopes mostly solar aspects, but some slides on shady aspects as well, WL/WS-D1-2/R2-I-N. Debris from seemingly larger/deeper slabs was visible on Castle Peak and Pinnacle peak in the Tatoosh, 3x SS-D2/R2-O?-N. Most slides seemed at least 1-2 days old.
No freeze overnight led to very wet slushy snow, boot penetration up to 3 feet in spots, ski pen ~6", and stayed slushy all the way to our high point at McClure Rocks. Snow surface was sticky and slow skiing, almost had to skate downhill at times. Numerous roller balls from previous days, none new or moving today.