Date of Observation: 03/25/2021
Name: Evan Ross
Zone: Southeast Mountains
Aspect: North East, East
Weather: Mostly Cloudy. Several nice burst of snow interspersed with sun and greenhouse conditions. Calm winds.
Snowpack: About 4″ of new snow down in the valley and about 8″ near the top of Coneys. New snow was well bonded to the supportable crust below. Hand pits wouldn’t pop anything above the crust and no signs to instability. Same results at ridgeline. Old tracks form yesterday were still visible off the highest point of Coneys. The new snow was definitely feeling the heat, but man the cream sure is surfing good.