Snow and wind today will create new slabs of drifted snow on easterly slopes. Avalanches will be mostly small in the new snow. The biggest consequence of these new wind deposits is that they mask a deeper and larger problem. Drifted snow will land on harder and thicker slabs which sit over weaker, softer and collapsible snow layers. With this snowpack setup, any small avalanche you trigger in the new snow can result in a much larger and more dangerous avalanche.
To lower your risk to avalanches today, avoid steep slopes that are receiving drifted snow. Even if you don't see active wind loading, avoid areas that were loaded over the past week. These slopes are harder to identify but they will most likely face an easterly direction and they are located directly below ridgetop. Stick to sheltered areas to find relatively safer conditions.