Toured up to G Spot via the standard approach. Wind was light to moderate from the South -Southwest. Some stiff slabs and pillows from previous wind transport but did not observe any snow being moved via wind.
Shady, north-facing and wind protected terrain still held soft, dry snow. Southerly and due east aspects had breakable sun and wind crusts.
Dug a quick pit at 5400’ NNE aspect to look for buried surface hoar and near surface facets. Found a snowpack 155cm deep with approximately 40cm of ‘new’ snow sitting on a crust-facet-crust sandwich. This failed at ECTN14 but this layer readily slid when pulled on.
Some warming during our tour, all aspects below 5000’ were starting to get wet. Some roller balls noted on south aspects.