34F at 1000ft. 23F at 4000ft.
I parked at the Pilchuck Gate at 1350ft and skinned up the road, then continued up the trail to 4000ft before returning the same way. Snow was wet below 2500ft, but rapidly transitioned to dry snow above that elevation. For the entire tour my ski poles clicked against the ground. Snow depths only increased slightly during the entire tour. In most places the snow depth was around 1ft, and mainly consisted of the overnight storm 11/29-30.
At 4000ft, my max elevation, I began to see small drifts of snow, and I got small fractures when I jumped on a drift. However all areas that I traveled were well below threshold, despite the odd drift. The skiing was surprisingly good in the foot of dry snow. Upon return, I found about 4 inches of snow had melted/settled at the lower elevations by the time I got back to the parking lot.