Beautiful day with minimal to zero wind, but very cold temperatures. Broke out my east coast ski layers for touring today. Plenty of low-density snow available for transport and the few light gusts we experienced moved it around easily.
Observed more recent avalanches than I could count. Almost every feature had some sort of sign of a recent avalanche - whether it was a slab or a loose. Trees and rocks shedding had fan shaped debris piles below them. Steep or unsupported rocky terrain has shallow slabs and loose avalanches mixed together. A larger avalanche was confirmed up near the Thumbtack in Upper Chair Peak Basin.
Very low-density snow has consolidated some in recent days. As we approached the top of Pineapple Pass, wind stiffened snow was easy to identify under the HN. Plenty of signs of recent wind effect.