Skied Cleveland today, usual ascent/descent route and couple of runs into west glacier/Chilkoot side. 5cm new snow at parking lot, 20-25cm of new on glacier itself. New snow is low density powder and not wind affected, and sits on supporting wind crust - crust was reported in the post for Feather Peak March 22 (thanks for the post Arno). Very good skiing.
Dug a pit on ascent route, north aspect, 5500' on way up glacier looking for the Feb 21 surface hoar (SH) layer - didn't find the SH at this location. Did get compression test moderate x 2 (CTM14) down 45cm. No results below that. Top 20-25cm low density powder (fist resistance); between 20 and 45 wind slab (1 finger), failure layer below the wind slab at interface between the slab and a 5cm layer low density storm snow (fist) which is down 45-50cm.
No recent avalanche activity observed at Cleveland, on the ride home saw a number of size 1 naturals that released over the day on solar aspects on the south side of Log Cabin and near exposed rock outcroppings.