That's nothing. Mid winter, mine is totally white. I can't make out the oil level.
The thing is that even with a heavy coating, it is not an issue. This winter I had remove my right side cover replace the seals. The white foamy goo was all over the side cover, but the hotter surfaces of the crank case just next to it were perfectly clear as were all the moving parts.
Yeah, +1....a good long ride does the trick. There was a thread here a while ago where someone said to go for a long ride then let it cool with the oil cap off to allow any moisture/vapour to escape. I gave it a try and it worked just fine
After the ride let it get up in temp for a bit , let it idle and get some heat into it.
Some open the oil filler cap to let the vapour out ,(Or IN?) JUST BE SURE to tighten it back up before the next ride... Duoh!!