Felt like the first day of spring. Hot. Most surfaces had some for of crust on them- mainly melt freeze, or soft wind-effect.
Most surfaces aside from true north have anywhere from 1cm-10cm crust at start of day. The crust broke down in most locations as the day progressed, since this was the warmest day yet. Steep south-facing slopes, which are hard to find in the area, moistened about a foot deep.
We didn't see any new wet slides today, although there isn't much terrain that was suitable for it where we were. A few small old ones were visible. 2 D1.5 slab avalanches which I didn't see on Wednesday were visible today, with crowns partially filled in, indicating recent wind. Tracks were present everywhere, and aside from the 4 slab avalanches which occurred a couple days ago no new avalanche activity was seen.
I dug a few pits where the surface crust was thinner, but didn't find reactive layers. I did find surface hoar and near surface faceting above the melt freeze crust, although there's a good chance it was burned off today as the sun intensified.