2600-4200': Loose soft snow. It didn't get warm enough today to make it wet.
4200-5600': Wind scoured ridges covered by a thick layer of clear ice (freezing rain?) with wind transported snow in valleys and lee areas.
6000-8300': Soft wind-transported snow 4- 20" deep over firmer snow. Knobby rime ice on ridges. Some blowing snow by afternoon.
At 8200' on a south aspect, there was 10" of soft snow, an ice layer, 20 inches of firmer snow, then another ice layer. Below that, many feet of firm snow. No signs of instability.
Temps were well below freezing on most of the mountain. Combined with 20 mph, there was no softening or melting above 6000' and minimal softening below.