Traveled on N-NE, SE-S, from 4,000-5,400ft.
Weather: Temp hovered just below and near 0C. Broken thin clouds in the AM, w surprising amount of solar radiation on sunny slopes. Becoming obscured w clouds dropping to 4,500ft in PM.
Snowpack: Height of snow 110-140cm. Surfaces were moist on solars. Found ~40cm of storm snow on top of this week's (11/17) rain event. Rain layer is 5-10cm thick, varies w elevation, and is partially frozen. Profile (attached) showed entire snowpack was moist, with little concern beyond recent storm instabilities. Confirmed that early Nov FC are not a problem on ESE, 5220ft. Aside from minimal loose activity, observed a generally stable snowpack.