Observations made below treeline around midday. Sky was bluebird 5 miles away in the morning (Palouse to Sound Trail; Bullfrog Rd Trailhead). The sky was broken when I arrived at ~11, but some small (S) storms passed through in the 2 hours I was out there. By the time I left it was overcast, but visibility was good (~15 miles).
Looked at snowpack at ~3.4k' (below treeline).
Dry storm snow was on top of weak storm snow, which was consolidating.
HS 90cm at ~3.4k'. ICT was mostly non-reactive (9 ), but observations were disrupted by low coverage snow and brush/blowdowns buried nearby. The snow seemed right-side up (fist pressure) sans 2 interesting interfaces: 4F @ 50cm and 4F+ @ 65cm. I was fairly low elevation wise and below treeline, so my observations are likely only representative of below treeline conditions.