Snow line seemed to be around 4,500 by noon, with mixed frozen forms above that
Lack of visibility to see higher terrain, but a number of glides, full depth wet loose, and wet slabs had occurred below the parking area on steep road cuts.
The most relevant tests today were quick profiles with a hand pit to check how far water had percolated into the snowpack. In one area at 6,100ft I could still find large, dry basal facets near the ground, but not without a thick layer of melt froms from the rain above it. Many areas between 5,500 and 5,000ft were quite punchy, and become mostly unsupportable below 5,000ft. Here, water had percolated through to the ground.
Above 5,500ft the ski conditions were good, with supportable snow and creamy fast turns.