The shear amount of new snow that has fallen since Friday night could result in avalanches running much further than expected. Areas such as Mammoth Rock Bowl in the Sherwins come to mind when thinking about a large avalanche occurring near a ridge-top and running into what is usually thought of as low-angle safe terrain. Be aware of what is above you!
Besides avalanches, be aware of the very real dangers that exist with deep snow emersion! Tree-wells are especially concerning, but falling anywhere in unconsolidated snow today will be a great struggle to get up from without a partner nearby to help save you. And watch out in town around buildings with heavy snow-loads hanging on roofs!
The persistent slab problem was replaced by the more immediate concern over very likely significant loose dry avalanching today. That isn’t to say that deeper weaker layers, especially in areas with prior shallow snow-packs, are not concerning. It is just that now with the amount of new snow that has fallen, very large avalanches are possible everywhere.