There was no avalanche hazard here. I could envision some minor wet loose avalanche problems arising by the end of the day on very steep slopes where the snowpack is less than about 2' thick.
Light snow showers deposited about 1 cm of snow between 9 AM and 10 AM. Skies cleared to partly cloudy shortly after.
Surface crusts were firm and supportable on all aspects and elevations, softening on S aspects to allow for decent edging by 11 AM. Crusts were stiff and thick enough in most locations that I could not slam the handle end of a pole through them. Old facets beneath the one crust I broke through had drained and were mostly dry.
No avalanche problems.
I skied avalanche terrain.