Overnight there was a 1.5 mm rime crust that was deposited/observed from 8000 to 9800 feet. See above regarding solar damage and resulting melt freeze crusts. The good riding from the last two days took a severe hit, and now there is a zipper crust out there that is ridable but definitely not the quality of turning we had been enjoying during the past two weeks.
Loose wet activity was limited today in the mid elevations due to the thick cloud cover, but with the temperatures forecast to rise at least another 10 degrees on Monday in combination with clear skies, this problem should excalate at mid and upper elevastions.
Danger continues to be a high consequence Moderate due to the persistent slab problem.