Clouds, high relative humidity and very minor changes between night time lows and daytime highs are promoting another thin crust on all aspects. There are no observations from higher elevations above treeline. Typically, we see facets forming under crusts in winter snowpacks but this season, winter temperatures alternate with spring-like temperatures; the pattern swings from cold temperatures and faceting to mild temperatures and rounding facets. There is no trend in instability test results because test results are nil, X and NR. On a positive note, low sun angles help preserve the snow we do have.