HS = 18", Easy to isolate pole columns to the ground. Not much else to say......
1. Surface hoar.
2. Elk Assisted trail breaking.
3 & 4. It's all about the aspect.
5. Wind scoured dense dry snow on the chalk Creek Road @ 7,400'. This road has some south aspects that melt out preventing sleds at this time.
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I would say low hazard in most places with the exception of upper elevation northerly aspects in the central and southern Pahvant Range.
It is important to get out in these conditions to have an idea of coverage prior to any additional coverage.