SW winds were blowing in the 20's gusting in the mid 50's at ridgetops. No new snow was being transported.
Went for a walk beyond Bull of the Woods to check out the steep East aspects on the way up to Mt. Walter. The 2 to 3 inches of snow from Tuesday had already been transported onto the leeward sides of ridgelines creating 4 to 8" slabs that formed on top of a melt-freeze crust from the warm weather earlier in the week.
The snowpack is still cold snow near and above treeline and found several shallow snowpacks in start zones on paths that have previously avalanched multiple times already earlier in the season.
I was finding a faceted layer just below the melt-freeze crust that was reactive in stability tests. This will more than likely be a weak layer of concern going forward into the weekend if we do see significant snowfall.
I was not finding wind slabs to be reactive in my travels.