New snow in past 24 hours appeared to be 3 inches with a storm total of 10 inches. Storm appeared to be right side up with very little indication of wind throughout the event. As a result, no reactive density breaks in new snow.
See above. Maintaining slope angles below 35 degrees in high consequence terrain appear to be the only solution at this point considering the current snowpack structure.
Reports from other areas in the Brighton Perimeter on Saturday indicated that mid and upper elevation southerly facing terrain was not adversely effected by solar. Yet, on Sunday clear skies and above freezing temperatures forecast for 9000 feet may present wet loose snow avalanche problems on SE, S and SW aspects with slope angles > 25 degrees if they indeed see any significant solar and or ambient warming.
Saturdays Danger appeared to Moderate with high consequence possibilities if the persistent slab issue comes into play, and the same appears likely for Sunday.