New snow and wind were creating wind slabs that were reactive to my weight. The presence of these slabs kept me from entering terrain that I would have been comfortable entering the day before.
Ambiently warm in the morning with some more direct radiation coming in before noon. Clouds increased to fully overcast around noon, with precipitation starting in earnest around 1300. From 1300-1830, pretty continuous snowfall, ranging from S-1 to S2. Hard to get a sense for accumulation due to the amount of wind transport, totals above are estimated.
Saw some active sluffing, no other avalanches observed, but visibility was poor.
New snow and snow from the weekend were being easily transported by SW winds and deposited into slabs up to 30-40cm thick. Slabs were 4F to 1F-. I only encountered these slabs where they were sitting on crusts, but they were reactive here as long as the crusts were smooth. Where crusts were more textured (like where rollerballs had occurred) these slabs were stubborn. Based on observations from the previous day, I suspect these slabs would have been reactive on shaded aspects as well. I would not have been surprised to see some small natural slabs releasing if I had better visibility.
Comments: Rose shaded based on where I anticipated problem to be most widespread.
Stepping back from previous day's terrain selection, due to size, distribution, and sensitivity of fresh wind slabs.