Not much to report yet. Snow is thin, around 28 cm. XC ski trails have enough to ski, but use caution on the downhills. There are a lot of stumps, rocks, logs, etc buried just below the surface. Widespread breakable crust, varying in thickness from around 2cm at 4000' to less than 1cm with 2-3 cm of unconsolidated snow on top of the breakable crust around 5000-5400'. Recent weather patterns have caused the surface snow grains to begin rounding. Faceted snow grains were discovered under the breakable crust in well-shaded north facing areas. Skied slopes less than 30 degrees. Spoke to a couple skiers who skied off the NE side of Diamond Head and they said the snow was thin and they used a fair amount of kick turns to get down the steeper areas higher up because of the thin coverage.