On Monday in Silver Fork as well as Guardsman/10,420' zone I was finding the old snow surface on aspects facing north through northeast to be quite reactive to stability tests, with most extended column tests propagating across the column, and some propagating upon isolation. The storm snow since Sunday is now 45 - 75 cms deep, so this is putting more of a load on this weak layer. The layer can be easily identified by looking for an obvious stripe as shown below (this stripe will now be much deeper in the snowpack)
This layer was much less reactive today in Days Fork, with no propagation with extended column tests. But this was mostly due to many of the slopes we were looking at had enough east in them that the weak snow at the surface likely deteriorated this past weekend. On one slope with a NE aspect at 9100' the results were ECTX, but CT21, failing in a 5 mm layer of preserved NSF buried 80 cms down.
Reports from along the Park City ridgeline today had two large avalanches failing in faceted snow down near the ground.