Saw signs of cornices shedding, rollerballs and small point releases from yesterday afternoon as well, but everything was relatively small. Much of the surface that did not have a melt-freeze glaze on it had obviously been faceting over the last few days and the rain crust from last weekend has gotten weaker in a lot of places, but now has facets on at least one side.
I dug a pit just above treeline (2300') on a NNW facing, 25 degree slope around 1:00 this afternoon. I found about 1cm of facets sitting on the melt-freeze crust with a pretty solid snowpack underneath. However, the basal facets from the October snow are definitely still there, although they did not react when I did an ECT. The snow from last weekend has dried out significantly, but the basal facets are still moist. They do seem to be rounding, 0.5mm in size, still some jagged edges but they are starting to look less obviously like facets. The only result in my ECT was ECTP26, 22cm down at a density change in last weeks storm snow.