I continue to be pleased with what I am finding in the snowpack this season. Currently, we don't have any significant weak layers that will cause problems as we add more snow on top of them. This is subject to change but things look good as of now. The snowpack is much more supportable now than at the same time last season.
Although the wind has been blowing along the higher terrain, I found surprisingly pleasing conditions. So much so that I had to take an extra long lunch break and run a couple of laps.
The avalanche danger is LOW in the majority of the terrain. A MODERATE danger exists along the higher more east facing terrain where all the recent wind has been forming drifts. Let these drifts settle for a few days and they will most likely stay in place. After a little time, the slopes that have been receiving the wind loading should be quite stable.