I took advantage of some clearing late in the day to go up and look around. The light wasn't good enough to see into the big east facing terrain so I couldn't make out any new avalanche activity. However, the massive amounts of snow that was being transported was enough to tell me that things are dangerous up there right now.
I did find a natural avalanche in Huntington Canyon that released today during the wind. DETAILS HERE
The wind was enough to stir things up in the mid elevations so you'll want to watch for fresh drifts on the steep slopes in these elevations. The higher terrain is where most of the danger lies and I would stress to avoid the upper elevation more east facing steep slopes on Thursday.