When weak sugary faceted snow is producing avalanches, all you can do is give it time to settle. Keep your slope angles under 35 degrees in steepness and avoid obviously wind drifted terrain.
Below is an example of a wind loaded slope which is likely to avalanche.
Tricky to nail down the overall avalanche danger. Out of wind affected terrain, the danger is LOW to MODERATE. Wind loaded slopes are definitely suspect still and deserve a CONSIDERABLE danger.