Snow depth at 7000' - 40cm with 8cm rain crust cap.
Snow depth at 8000' - 55cm with 14cm rain crust cap.
Snow depths at 8600' - 75-100cm; thin 1cm crust down a few cms with new rime crust.
Rain crusts well depicted below. Agree with DeBruin, et al - https://utahavalanchecenter.org/observations/35297 from Thursday's obsevation that we may have a new ground level to work with at least up to 8200', give or take.
Really cool riming and deposition along the higher elevations. See pics below -
Danger rating somewhere between "scary Moderate" and "Considerable".