Low clouds in the morning thinned out and were patchy by the time we left the field around noon. At that point, there were periods of sunshine and blue skies. Basically zero wind observed in my location.
Not a whole lot going on avalanche-wise. A few dribs and drabs from tree bombs due to yesterday's storm on cutbanks.
Traveled up to Kendall Lakes (~4400') via the road. We were able to be on skis the entire way up and back, but low snow conditions and natural hazards abound. The HS was measured to be 11 inches (28cm) at 3300' and closer to 19 inches (50cm) at 4400'.
Two crusts were easily identified (11/25 and 11/22) in a pit on a NE slope at 4380' with relatively strong, albeit somewhat moist/wetted snow making up the majority of the HS. No significant weak layers were found and 2" (~5cm) of fresh soft snow was on the surface atop the 11/25 crust.