We just added 2+" of water to a bunch of near surface facets that formed during our 6 weeks of high pressure. These facets can be found most easily in terrain that faces NW-N-E at all elevations, but I'd be most concerned with the terrain above tree line, or steep wooded terrain near tree line. The terrain above tree line most likely is were you will find facet crust facet sandwiches with a more stout slab on top from wind drifted snow. These slabs will be stronger and more connected and produce larger avalanches. In the more sheltered and wooded terrain below tree line is where you will likely find more continuious facets that are now buried. With an overall softer slab on top of the now buried facets these avalanches will likely be small, but failing in terrain traps such as trees.