Weather station maintenance so obs are limited. No obvious larger wet loose or other natural slides from last week's warmup. The 2" or so of settled snow since last weekend was moist on sunnier slopes around 2 PM but far from posing a real threat. It'll likely take a bit more warming and milder overnight temps before wet avalanche concerns return.
Partly cloudy skies. Most of the cloudiness was along the southern-most mountains, with clearing to the north. Light, variable wind, primarily from the SE-E-NE.
No recent slides in the Soldiers. Some debris piles in the W. Smokys that looked like wet slides initiating on rocky W-facing slopes.
No formal snow observations. Some direct S-facing slopes were bare nearly to the summit of Peak 1. Much more snow cover overall near Soldier Mountain than in the Wood River Valley.
Ski patrol said, shaded norths were still mostly dry during last week's warmup. Some shallower, steeper direct souths were wet to the ground.