Snow depth varied from 0-12" (averaged 6-8") above a ski-supportable crust and mostly boot supportable crust that was still in the process of refreezing. Wind-affected snow was found on most exposed aspects but still skied reasonably well. We were able to trigger the thin wind skin (less than 1" depth and less than size 1) on a NE aspect, 35-40 degrees at 5100 ft, but the slightly hard slab layer did not entrain snow or propagate into the lower density snow below that layer. The least wind-affected aspects were SE and E where cold powder was preserved. Rollerballs were gaining size on SW aspects between 1-2 PM, but no fresh Wet Loose activity was observed. Low-level E winds were blowing in the moderate range at ridgetop by late afternoon and were rapidly covering tracks on part of the W-facing ascent route to Bryant Col, around 5000 ft around 3:30 PM. In spite of the rapidly forming wind drifts, fresh slabs were not yet forming. We found ample evidence of size 1-2 (small-large) slabs from the recent avalanche cycle on a variety of aspects.