30 % settlement in the past 24 hours with 8 inches of dense spring powder on all aspects before the sun affected aspects from NE through S, through NW. By the end of the day only NNW, N and NNE aspects above 9000 feet with slope angles of at least 30 degrees were still holding cold snow. At the highest elevations, this window may be a bit wider. Riding was good for April early in the day.
Low angle and flat terrain were dangerously grabby and slow in the mid afernoon.
Small (D1) loose dry avalanches were observed and easily triggered with slope cuts in very steep terrain mostly in the morning hours.
Of note, the storm slab sensitivities from Tuesday had settled out and were not an issue today.
Todays danger appeared to be moderate, and Wednesdays appears to remain the same with only concerns for additional wet loose in the upper elevations.