Two to four inches of large (2+ mm) graupel covered the old snow surface, and the constant winds from the last 48 hours had helped break down the old tracks and smooth the surface out. The combination of this grooming by the wind and the graupel worked together to provide creamy carvable turning conditions. The low and moderate angle slopes rode the best, yet slopes of 35 to 40 degrees also rode well. The easterly aspects had the best riding conditions with fewer areas of wind crust and lingering old rime crust.
With no human triggered slides in over a week, this problem appears mostly dormant right now, and the minimal new load from this latest event did not appear to increase the potential for failure and propagation in the previously cited basal facets.
See above, and the highest elevations appear to continue to have strong winds, so this problem may only be confined to the upper elevation exposed terrain.
Until the Persistent Slab issue has been put to bed permanently, the Danger Rating appears to be moderate.