The latest storm to traverse the region brought anywhere from 9” to 20”+ of new snow Thursday/Friday with the greatest amounts of new snow concentrated around the Mammoth/June area, lesser amounts north and south. Upper elevation W-SW winds remained moderate to strong in the Mammoth and June region through the day and into the evening. This scenario created new Wind Slabs in the mid to upper elevations, primarily on NW-N-NE-E-N-SE-S aspects in addition to potential lingering Wind Slabs from Thursday. In sheltered locations from near tree line and below, lingering Storm Slab potential is a concern where large amounts of new snow has fallen and has not fully bonded to the underlying snow or may have weakness within the new snow, such as a density change. Additionally, sheltered areas that have received ~10” or more new snow, there is a concern of Loose Dry avalanches in steep terrain. While these slides are not a concern for burial, they can sweep a rider into potential hazardous terrain.