Good low angle riding on just enough new snow to allow for soft turning on surfaces that were smooth and unrutted before this small storm blew in. Bottom feeding on the steeper slopes, but at least the old snow surface had some texture and wasn't totally slick. Unfortunately, the pre-storm m/f crust was once again brown due to the perpetual dust layers that continue to be deposited. This issue will continue to haunt us allowing for the snowpack to aggressively melt out at a rapid rate, and more importantly riding wise, this promotes a much more uneven snow surface for future corn development.
The late April solar took out all of the cold dry snow by mid afternoon except on steep northerly facing aspects in the Upper Elevations.