Very supportable riding and turning conditions today all around the compass. The sun set off the south facing slopes but the north sides stayed cold enough to keep the snow dry. Steeper angles were a bit tricky with the bomber yet slippery rain crust hiding under about 10" of new. Lower angle was better. No signs of instability. Green light conditions. The new snow is beginning to facet so I imagine it will continue to ski well as it deteriorates under this week's high pressure. The rain crust is STOUT. Needed the saw to get through it.
Rain runnels (covered by about 10" new snow) apparent all over especially on slopes under 8500'. Saw some older wet activity as well.