Cool temps with mostly cloudy skies and a light breeze.
A few large wet loose slides were evident from the past couple days, many slightly smaller ones.
Observed one deeper pocket avalanche from a NE aspect at 5,300ft near the Swath. See photo below. This likely ran on the 10th or 11th.
15cm of new low density snow over a suncrust on southerlies, and over low to medium density snow on shaded slopes. The suncrust below was supportable on southerly aspects but more breakable on E.
Snow surfaces were dry on south and east aspects up until about 11am, when the strong sun and daytime warming began to moisten the snow surfaces. Even still, the clouds and breeze kept snow surfaces from entraining into WL avalanches. Perhaps you could've found the right (or wrong) spot though.
I found deeper pockets from wind drifting that were isolated to exposed features. These were soft and I observed minimal cracking when testing some of them.