I know this is out of the forecast area, but I thought some folks might want the information since for many of us this is as much our backyard as the Sierras are. Delete
Climbed to 12k' on the East Ridge of Boundary Peak on Monday. We climbed in the Middle Creek drainage. Snow line on that road is at 7100'. Mostly uninterrupted snow from there up, but things melted fast yesterday. Air temps were super hot and forecasted winds didn't arrive until mid-afternoon. Snow surfaces were supportable in the morning but eventually everything below about 10k' became bottomless rotted out corn. We descended the SE bowl from the ridge at 12k' at 1pm, which was several hours too late on such a hot day. Even up high the corn was overcooked by early afternoon. On the way out, we collapsed a number of E/NE slopes that had a meter or less of saturated snow on them. None slid significantly, but big whumpfs, 10-20' shooting cracks, and the snow surface dropped.
Coverage is plentiful on E, S, SE aspects up high; the N and NE faces look more wind-stripped but definitely still navigable. Beta photos attached.