S1 most of the day with snowfall tapering in the late afternoon. Slight warming from UV filtering through clouds. Calm even at ridgeline.
Nothing beyond a few natural dry loose (D1) in steep terrain and old, partly filled-in crowns.
The top meter was observed as right side up as it gets in wind sheltered terrain NTL. 20cm of F new snow with a visible old/new interface. Storm snow from March 1-4th 4F progressing to P+. Tilt test to highlight old/new interface produced a clean shear with a half-dozen taps. The upper layer just fell apart when separating to look for FC or SH at the interface.
The crust on solars - now the south half of the compass - below the new snow was supportable. No wind and no wind slabs in observed terrain but it wouldn't take much wind to build shallow slabs. A warming trend with or without more snowfall would likely form shallow slabs as well.
Old P wind slabs in exposed areas were found unreactive. Probing showed MLK crust down ~180cm.
Cornices are above average massive and will be very destructive when they fall down.