An unsettled NW flow has established itself over the region and will make for a mixed week. Thursday looks to be a mix of clear skies with possible convective snow showers in the afternoon but no significant accumulation. Temps ranging from -6 to +2 and freezing levels to 2000m. 5-10 cm possible for Friday.
5-10 cm of new snow by Wed morning has melted at low elevations and made for about 30 cm of dry powder on high elevation north aspects. This snow is well settled and bonded to the underlying layers. Surface crusts exists on most aspects and elevations in the morning, deteriorating by noon. Facets exist in the upper snowpack on high north aspects.
No new avalanches observed or reported today. A small windslab was triggered in a cross loaded slope under the Granddaddy Couloir on Tuesday.