Maybe a trace if snow in the upper elevations by the time we left primrose cirque at 11 am. As the front moved through small grained graupel preceded small mixed precipitation particles. Possible near surface facets on top of a 2-5mm melt freeze crust in isolated locations with a Northern component at mid elevations. Trailhead height of snow still around 3 feet. (6880) Wet grains noticed below the melt freeze crust in east facing primrose cirque below 9200, above that dry grains found under the crust. Light transport noticed in the normal locations at the top of primrose on east aspects. Timpanogos Divide SNOWTEL site reading at 143%of Median. HS at that site around 178cm.
Number one concern likely over the next few days on will be wet loose snow with the possibility of wet slabs. Overnight freezing temps at most locations should keep most activity to a minimum I suspect. Most paths that typically run have already slid with fairly large debris piles on a variety of aspects. (D2/R2)
Pic.1 Melt Freeze Crust (4cm)
Pic.2&3 Wet Activity in Primrose D2/R2