Light winds, no blowing snow. Clouds were slowly building during the day.
An interesting, shallow but wide crown can be seen in one of the photos. This was probably from a wet slab during last weekends atmospheric river event.
We traveled up to 4,200ft on Wedge Mountain, finding surprisingly good coverage on the road down low. The surface crust was generally supportable, but I could punch through up to boot top on an east aspect by noon.
A profile on a NE aspect at 4,200ft revealed a generally strong snowpack, with melt forms to the ground. The depth was 100cm. A more recent storm layer was holding water 20cm down in a thin saturated snow layer, above what I believe was the crust from 3/31.
The descent was nice shallow corn snow, and it didn't entrain or rollerball at all.