The south side of many ridges and mountains appear to be undergoing a spring transition. There were some smaller crowns on Scorpion Mt. There were also several debris piles with decent sized fanout, but they looked no larger than D1.5.
Areas below treeline have considerably less snow than anticipated: a number of creek holes had opened and there were several questionable snow bridges that my snowshoeing partner and I bypassed.
Wind was calm. Felt like it’s in the mid-40s in the afternoon on the summit. Morning conditions were just below freezing and the snow conditions below treeline were basically zipper crust over at least 6” of facets.
Plenty of stiffer wind fetch on north facing slopes along with some cornice overhangs (cornice overhangs were on variable aspects, but predominantly north ones it seemed).