Quick trip to see what the snow was like up Croy Canyon: At lower and middle elevations where we traveled, the snowpack is 20-50cm (8-20") deep, consisting entirely of new snow from the recent storm. Surprisingly, we were staying off the ground on skis. No signs of instability.
Plenty of low-density snow is available for transport.
Steeper (over 30*) W/SW and SW aspects had a thin crust (radiation recrystallization or sun or some of both?) in the upper part of the pack with fairly well-developed facets above and below. The faceting was impressive given the recent weather. We did not travel on S, SE, or E aspects. W-N-NE aspects had a well-graded snowpack with denser snow in the lower half of the snowpack and lighter, fluffier snow (PP, DF, and maybe some small FC but I didn't look closely) closer to the surface.
No terrain was closed due to avalanche concerns where we traveled, and we did not see anything to change our minds; we were confident the recent storm snow fell on the bare ground where we traveled. However, the thin snowpack made skiing steeper terrain dicey.