SL down to 8k on Hood as a system passes Sun/Mon. Still, there is no route on the Mt. that I'd recommend this time of year. Hood is a slag pile pure and simple.
While Cathedral can be done in a long day, it is typically done in two. Top Spur TH to McNeil Point on day 1 with MP to summit on day 2. Most descend the S. side to Timberline Lodge and a 2nd vehicle. I've done Cathedral as a late winter climb only. As I recall (it's been a few years), much of the route and the ridge itself is mostly 3rd class talus (very loose in spots). The steeper sections come just below the ridge proper(passing a single gendarme) and a few hundred feet above a large block while passing two gendarmes on the ridge itself and again just below the Queen's Chair. Either way, at this time of year it will be a boney affair with plenty of opportunity to get "plunked" by falling rock. BOMBS AWAY!!! Again, not recommended.
As others have said, hit Adams. It's the better option.