Warm and damp! It felt kind of muggy up in the mountains. Occasional moments of sunshine provided good visibility.
While most slopes held piles of rollerballs there were also a few small loose wet slides from the past ~48hr. I didn't see anything bigger than a D1 in my limited tour.
The rain-snow line appeared to generally sit around 5800ft. Above that elevation, substantially more snow was found in the trees.
The snow surface was wet to about 6500ft. Numerous rollerballs were seen on nearly all steep slopes. Some of these rollerballs were very large (3-4ft diameter and 2ft wide). Even with all these signs of wet snow, the rain didn't seem to penetrate very far into the snowpack. Below the surface, the snowpack remained very cold, dry, and layered.
At higher elevations, 4-6 inches (10-15cm) of heavy snow was found over the 4/6 interface. While rather stubborn, the storm snow would fail in uptrack and small slope tests. However, no slab avalanches were observed or triggered.
Cornices were generally smaller than normal, but they showed signs of the recent warm wet weather. They sagged and drooped in a few places along ridgelines.