Date of Observation: 03/27/2017
Name: Irwin Guides
Aspect: East, South, West
Weather: FEW to OVC skies back and forth all day with pulses of convective snowfall not accumulating at all. Solar radiation helped soften snow surfaces. Light winds with Moderate Gusts from the NW and then W not really transporting any snow, High temps 36F / 25F:
Snowpack: 1-2″ of fresh snow overnight skied ok over smooth supportive surfaces, Sun came in and out today warming the snowpack. Westerlies were a bit of sticky pow while east, south, and sw were more spring like schmoo. All surfaces are supportive, not breakable and the pack is mostly transitioned to Spring isothermal but new snow sticky in places. No threats of wet loose today.