There was no possibility of skiing on Pyramid today. The south-facing bowls had far too little snow, the east face looked more filled in, but barely. We left skis in the truck and walked in sneakers. We were able to walk to Pyramid Pass. It was 45º at 7000' and it is safe to say that the temperature on all surrounding peaks was above freezing and the snowpack was saturated to the ground. With temperatures remaining elevated through Friday the snowpack will shrink considerably.
Warm weather, and strong winds are rapidly shrinking what little snowpack there is.
The snowline was around 6000 feet, but but was very shallow and spotty. At 7000' the snowpack was about 18" deep, saturated to ground and melting quickly.