Telemetry from the Northern Ice Field suggests that the Long Rains ended at the end of May, consistent with previous years. Snowfall frequency was fairly regular, beginning with a relatively large event in March (see this entry), but net accumulation was only 10-15 cm. This is quite a contrast to the Short Rains of November to mid-January which netted 45-50 cm of accumulation on the glacier.
The dry interval between the rains this year was centered on February, as is typically the case. It extended from mid-January to the March snowfall mentioned above, yet included 2-3 multi-day snowfall events of 5-10 cm.
In summary, as of today (mid-June) snow depth on the Northern Ice Field is ~60 cm.