Consistent moderate to strong winds out of the S-SW and intermittent cloud cover and light snowfall.
Last night was the first decent freeze in awhile, locking up the top 1-3" of snow into a supportable melt-freeze crust. Below this was 18-24" of damp snow from previous warm days that did not freeze, and all sitting on a very firm, thick MFcr below. Ski pen was 0-1" and boot pen was usually 0-1" occasionally breaking deeper into the slush below.
Overnight snow was in the 1-2" range and heavily wind affected, scouring many faces completely bare, and filling in others and small divets. Generally speaking, most wind drifts I observed were small, limited in size, but did present small cracking where enough snow had accumulated.