We stayed on slopes below about 32* and did not get into alpine terrain or any wind-loaded terrain. Stability was GOOD where we were, unknown at upper elevations. Recent snow and wind had filled in the skin tracks above about 9000'. With 2-3" of new snow this afternoon and winds transporting snow above treeline, I would expect to find sensitive fresh wind slabs at upper elevations.
Flurries and some sun until about 1500 hrs, snowing hard 1530-1700 with about 5-8cm (2-3") of low density new snow while we were out. Winds increased to moderate above 9500' (at 1600hrs, while it was snowing fairly hard/S3). There'a a fair amount of snow available for transport at the middle/upper elevation transition if the winds pick up.
Steep solars (SW-S-SE): 1cm crust beneath about 5-12cm storm snow below 8500'. FC under the crust, then a mess of crusts + FC to ground. HS=40-70cm.
Below 8800' W-SW: HS=70-90cm, almost entirely F-4F FC below the new storm snow in shady locations, facetlanches (loose snow avalanches) could be possible in very steep, shady+sheltered terrain. Some thin crusts below the recent storm snow in sun-exposed areas.
Above 8800' W-SW: HS=90-120cm, not a pretty snowpack with plenty of weak snow below the recent storm snow. Not much of a slab on NW-W-SW sheltered, some harder wind-affected snow in places. Still finding spots where ski pen was to the ground while skinning uphill.
Comments: Location graphic shows where we traveled. Lots of weak facets still there, but not a lot of stiff snow (slab) above the facets in sheltered areas: I called the problem isolated because of this. Wind-loaded slopes (recent or previous) would paint a different picture.
Recreational day skiing with the family, so I did not perform any stability tests - just a lot of probing/pole probing/hand pits. Given the snowfall rates, snow available for transport, and noisy winds in the alpine, I feel confident there would be a wind slab problem there.
We planned to stay off of all slopes steeper than 32* and all wind-loaded slopes steeper than 30* so we did not have to worry about snow stability today.