LOW danger does not mean "NO danger". We still have several hazards to deal with in our snowpack. Be on the lookout for small isolated pockets of unstable snow today. While the risk of triggering a large avalanche is low, even a small avalanche could result in a very unpleasant ride given the shallow and obstacle-ridden conditions. It is also important that we all continue to track on the weak base to our snowpack. It remains to be seen if the snowfall expected this week will be enough to tip the balance and reawaken the PWL near the ground, but it is certainly something to keep in mind as we receive our first significant load in over 2 weeks.
In addition, the shallow and sporadic coverage continues to pose serious hazards to backcountry enthusiasts. Recent observations from across the range continue to highlight the shallow and obstacle-ridden conditions. Slow it down and move with caution. The sharks are everywhere, lurking just below the surface.