These are Extreme Conditions; we strongly recommend avoiding all avalanche terrain today.
A few hardy souls tried to go out for some exploratory tours into non-avalanche terrain yesterday and found conditions so deep that travel both up and downhill was virtually impossible. Any slope with a bit of steepness was sensitive and showing signs of instability. Similar conditions will be present today with now even greater depths of new snow.
The risk of deep snow immersion (potentially suffocating if taking a fall or dive into this deep of snow) is a real concern, including for small children and pets falling into depths they may have a very hard time getting out of. Be careful working around buildings where Roof-Avalanches and shedding ice can be a real threat. Please take note of what is above you and try to avoid travelling under roof lines where a snow slide could bury you- even in town!
Trying to get out in the midst of this event is just not worth the Risk vs Reward. The rapid loading of tons of new snow, transporting winds and massive amount of weight added to our weak snowpack are all major red flags. There will be plenty of time to ride once this subsides.