Temperatures were cold in the morning but as soon as the sun hit you, it warmed up quickly. Winds were calm to light and I didn't observe any drifting snow.
I found between 3-5" of new snow in the Stemilt Basin, largely affected by recent very strong winds. Some slopes had old melt freeze crust, which skiied like great corn, and others had more thickly drifted new snow. This also skiied well.
I tested many wind drifted areas, but couldn't get any shooting cracks or small wind slabs to fail. A small wind slab did appear to have been triggered by a cornice on an east facing slope in the sun (see photo below). This was in the near treeline elevation band, and i'd guess that it occurred yesterday.