Snowline was at 1800ft and rain/snowline from last night was at 3000ft, with upper elevations gaining about 2-3 inches of snow. New snow was minimally wind affected. Beneath that layer was a semi-frozen melt freeze crust, which stayed firm above 4500ft all day. Below 4500ft snowpack became more isothermal, and only partially supportable on skis by 3500ft in the afternoon.
No new avalanches were seen, aside from minor sluffing in the new snow in steep areas. Small wet loose avalanches which occurred sometime after the 3/29 snowfall were seen in few very steep locations. Several D3-3+ avalanches which probably occurred Feb 22 were seen in large avalanche paths and gullies, some destroying large trees.