Clear morning skies transitioned to overcast by midday. The cloud ceiling was around 6000ft, and very light flurries began around 1pm. It was just below freezing at 5000ft, but 35 degrees at 2000ft around midday.
A consistently thin crusty surface up to about 2500ft changed to an aspect-dependent crust, where a 1-5cm crust was present on the southern half of the compass. Skiing was pretty bad. A slight shift to the northern half left me with right-side-up powder, and about 20cm of ski penetration.
Above 4000ft old signs of wind drifting were present, although there doesn't appear to have been new wind transport where I traveled in the last 24+hrs. Cornices were multi-layered and huge, however, and I stayed far away from them.
I saw 24-48 hour old small dry loose avalanches which ran from very steep spots, and a few natural D2 slab avalanches were visible on surrounding mountains, which likely ran during the last storm.
I didn't get any results from pit tests on my north-facing pit, or in several hand pits, and didn't find any other instabilities like shooting cracks. I descended via north-facing terrain with good skiing and only minor sluffing.