Started snowing at about 10am. About an inch fell over the next 4 hours. The last few days' storm layer was slightly heavy powder. Minimal wind transport where we traveled.
Overall I didn't notice wind-affect where I traveled, and got good skiing in medium-density right side up powder. A crust was noticed on southerly aspects beneath the new snow, whereas you couldn't feel a crust on north-facing terrain above ~5000ft. Steep rollovers produced shallow sluffs. No cracking or other signs of instabilities were seen.
I dug two pits on opposing slopes off of Piss Point. The north-facing pit had 50cm of right-side-up snow over the MLK crust. There were barely discernable rounding facets just above and below the crust (see photo). Pit tests did not yield concerning results on the layer (ECTX, PST 100/100). The south-facing pit had a stout melt-freeze crust just beneath the new snow, with harder layers and an additional crust not far beneath the first crust.