Of note are loose slightly decomposing basal facets. Somewhere between 4-finger and fist hardness, about 5-6" thick (photo below). Note: I also felt this layer at the base of the pack while track skiing at Deer Hollow near Navajo Lake this morning. I did not investigate knowing I would be making turns later in the day.
One decomposing crust about 8-10" above the facets.
The remainder of the snow pack grades from a 2-finger mi-pack to a 4 finger upper pack.
1. Basal facets
2. Surface forms including surface hoar, rime, graupel, and pellets.
1. The rime event made me think to look real close at the snow surface where I found a very subtle, delicate crust as shown in photo 2. The crust was very hard to isolate and was not felt while breaking trail or skiing, I had to look very close.
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Overall a low danger, the currently forecasted snow totals should not increase the danger unless they are accompanied by strong winds.