Feeling great about the low danger rating, very strong snowpack everywhere I have checked. However, the persistent weak layer at the bottom of the snowpack could be triggered in areas with shallower snowpack or in a rock outcropping or other areas that promote faceting in the snow. I will note that the cool humid nights have been manufacturing surface hoar and will be a layer of concern following the next storm cycle. now is the time to step out while applying safe avalanche practice using the travel buddy system and limiting only one at a time on avalanche prone slopes over 30 degrees.
Cool humid nights at or near 0f with moderate daytime temps in the low to mid 20's. Little wind, good conditions for a continuing strong snowpack.
Some surface hoar is forming on nearly every aspect at all elevations. over 1 cm thick in some areas. See photos.
See attached Snow Pilot profile.