The trap crust is (still) real within the inversion fog of the upper Wenatchee Valley. 1-3cm freezing rain/melt-freeze crust is pervasive from 1200' to 3200' on east, with a lens of full on water ice on sheltered aspects that have received rain and stayed frozen. The crust was faceting or had surface hoar depending on aspect. Facets on the freezing rain/melt-freeze crust may become a PWL upon the next storm, even in the BTL band. As of today, the distribution of facets and surface hoar is largely on north and in sheltered aspects within the inversion fog band.