I haven't seen an observation from the Mores area yet, so here's what I saw on a quick tour to the east of the more "beaten path":
On the track by 9am, about 15F. Noticed some developing surface hoar in the shade and a developing melt-freeze crust on exposed eastern aspect, about 6000ft. Skied a north aspect 6500ft, roughly 29 degree slope. Snow was very supportive on the way down, possibly a bit of a wind slab. Coming up I dug a very quick hand pit to look for the garbage Thanksgiving interface, and found it about 1.5-2 feet down. Noticed no other signs of instability, but just knowing what is under our most recent slab will keep me out of avalanche terrain for the forseeable future.
Skied out the way I came in, and found great turns on the east facing stuff. Overall pleased with how things felt, but in a few weeks it could get so easy to forget how scary that weak layer is