Temperatures held rather high overnight and it was already in the low 40s by the time I got out to the quarry trails. The snow was still holding sufficiently in the shade and in the woods, although it was very wet and continuing to melt. Any area that was exposed to direct sun was very questionable for snow shoeing.
The conditions were a concern to me but I was surprised at how quick the snow was for running. I got around the majority of my loops at faster than average pace. It turned out to be a good day. If I'll be able to keep running on snowshoes the rest of this week is not looking too hopeful unless we get some fresh snow.