A relatively good snowpack is shaping up around Cooke City and the Northern Yellowstone region. It's still November but above 9,000' the coverage and stability are pretty good.
For snow stability, there's been no collapsing, nor recent avalanche activity noted. Minor cracking experienced along the exposed ridgelines however (on the heels of big east wind event). The snow depth ranges from about 40cms to 100cms. In general the snowpack structure is fairly weak (due to cold temps / faceting), but current stability is OK. We're off to a relatively good start here though, especially around Mammoth and Tower.