It snowed after Doug groomed the course. The snow hadn't settled when I went out, so it was soft skiing and the track was hard to see (flat light didn't help). I did see classic tracks set, but I don't know how firm they are. The soft snow is resting on a layer of ice in many parts, so it's hard to get a bite on your pole tips - they skip out a lot. Hopefully it will all set up nicely soon.
Meanwhile, it's great to be outside and the soft, slow snow is a good time to practice technique (you sorta end up skiing in slow-motion, so you can focus on form differently than when you're skiing quickly).