A good overnight refreeze, much colder daytime temperatures, partly cloudy skies and increasing N to NE winds will keep slopes that softened in previous days mostly firm and locked up today. Despite increasing winds, widespread firm surfaces in exposed terrain with only small pockets of loose grainy facets will make new wind slab development highly unlikely today. Tomorrow may be a different story as winds increase much more dramatically overnight and could erode firm surfaces and reach into sheltered terrain. The greatest hazard by far today will be the variable and challenging surface conditions and the abundance of obstacles. Loose faceted snow in undisturbed sheltered shady spots could offer a few nice turns, but beware of invisible lurking sharks just under the surface. Other slopes will likely range from barely edgeable firm wind-board, bullet proof frozen, to punchy and breakable. Be careful out there, and if traveling into exposed terrain, crampons and ice ax/whippet could save you from a long dangerous slide.
Continue to practice safe travel protocols such as exposing one person at a time, as the existence of a pocket of unstable snow is never impossible. Developing good habits could save someone’s life in the long run.