What I observed from 8am - 1pm:
Paradise - Soft snow, no crust, no wind or precip during the day.
Panorama Point - Soft snow, no crusts, could form a solid edge while skinning uphill on the steeper section. Some roller balls under steeper areas. Further in the distance on more sun exposed surfaces saw more roller balls. Little to no wind during the day or precip. Did experience heavy dense fog from here and lower into parts of paradise.
Muir Snowfield - Great soft snow for skiing, clear visibility, little to no wind all days, some breaks of sun but mostly cloudy. Two bands of clouds forms, one that sat around Panorama point later in the day (11am onwards), and another set of clouds just above Camp Muir that was present all day.
Camp Muir - moderate winds, gusty at times, up to maybe 30mph, not too cold, felt like 20s F. Bit of an icy crust for about 500ft below Camp Muir before the snow softened and became better for skiing.