The new snow will be accompanied by some stronger wind today which will form fresh drifts and slabs. These will most likely be sensitive as they are forming. A few could release naturally. The most likely places for these to form will be on northwest through southeast facing slopes in the mid and upper elevations.
Your strategy is the same as yesterday:
- Watch for cracking within the new snow.
- Hit small but steep test slopes to see if the new snow stays in place. If you do this a bunch of times and the snow stays in place, it indicates stability.
- Avoid areas with fresh drifts and slabs of wind drifted snow. Drifts are always the most sensitive when they are forming and directly after. It's too soon to trust that these wind slabs will stay in place.
If you are really concerned about triggering an avalanche, simply avoid being on or below slopes that are steeper than 30˚.