I did not encounter recent wind slabs, but there's enough recent, low-density snow to build small ones when the wind returns. Loose snow avalanches were abundant on sunny, rocky slopes but very small.
Inverted temperatures that mixed out a bit during the day. Very little wind, although I saw some sifting of snow up high in the AM.
3-5" of snow above the Valentine's Day crust. I saw small surface hoar on shaded slopes and the upper 2-3 cm was faceting already in the very cold dry air. It was getting moist on steeper souths by noon. There was no significant drifting in the recent snow in the areas I traveled.
Anything facing the sun had one or more obvious crust layers beneath the recent snow in the upper ~50 cm. One 20-30* slope produced a shallow <40cm? deep but long propagating collapse. I believe it failed in a layer of very weak facets beneath the Valentine's Day crust.
Terrain use was dictated by solo-work travel and not avalanche hazard.