I documented a snowpit from a steep road cut that often avalanches over the road. This was almost 100% cold loose facets last week when I was here. This week the surface was damp down about 4". The basal facets are still cold and loose.
The snowpack (or lack thereof) is a complete disaster at this point. It ranges in total depth from 8" to 2 1/2'. This week's wind has wreaked havoc stripping areas down to the dirt and creating stiff "wave like" drifts in other areas. The snow surface was damp below 9500' and is melting away at the lower elevations. Travel is VERY limited.
Photo below: Looking into Seeley Canyon at the extremely shallow snow cover.
It seems like a LOW danger situation out there right now. I suppose there's still a slight chance a person could trigger a small pocket in the upper elevations.