High clouds were helping limit some of the solar input today, not as warm as previous days, but still warm for the beginning of March.
The persistent slab problem is showing signs of healing and becoming more difficult to trigger as we push further and further away from the storm last week. Stability tests were getting moderate to hard results on weak layers 1 to 3 feet down in the snowpack.
There were some visible small loose wet snow avalanches in steep terrain around rock bands on solar aspects. The snowpack varies greatly between upper elevations northerly terrain where we're finding cold dry snow. Solar aspects had melt-freeze crusts that were deteriorating throughout the day with warming temperatures.