Snow depth varies significantly with changes in aspect and elevation. In general, snowfall since 11/4 has settled to 35-45cm. Where older snow exists underneath, HS=60-90cm.
I dug two pits targeting the 11/4 interface (small facets on top of the October snow underneath), on NE and W/NW aspects around 9,000'. I received mixed results in my stability tests, including an ECTPV (column fails on isolation), ECTP10, ECTN11 and 15. I suspect these mixed results are pointing to the variability in the character of this interface.
We avoided wind-loaded avalanche terrain.