Elevations, slope angles and aspects
6200-10400', angles over 35°, north and west facing aspects.
A cold, clear night produced small surface hoar at the trailhead with dry snow on the up.
Temperatures warmed quickly, wet activity beginning on east facing by 9:30
wrapping around the compass as the day progressed.
By 1pm, warming had moved to northwest facing leaving dead north dry enough for the exit outta there.
Snow below 8k remained supportable but the recent storm snow had turned to mank.
It was raining on the trail through the trees, needed the graphite wax for wet snow.
Clear skies, mild temperatures and light wind.
Another glide in Broads
A set of eights and two more tracks in the middle of the photo. Climbing trail goes up the debris, looker's left.
Of interest, glide in the diving board area has been observed on
December 12, December 17, December 23, March 11 and March 15.
Widespread wet point release activity, no wet slabs observed.
Over night cool temperatures should limit wet slides with glide potential lingering.
Weather guess has two storms incoming.