You thought the Easter Bunny was cool, but then homie stuck a bunch of clouds on your spring ski day. What's your opinion of the Easter Bunny now? Hopefully, he didn’t give you one of those hollow chocolate bunnies too.
The bunny did bring an ok freeze last night at least. Clouds may help keep last nights surface crusts from breaking down and exposing the wet snow below. If that is the case, then you’ll find little in the way of a wet avalanche problem today. Though if those crusts do break down, then be ready for the possibility of initiating Loose Wet Avalanches. These would be generally small in size, but can grow large in bigger terrain or if they gouge into a wet snowpack.
At upper elevations, it's worth keeping an eye on any overhead Cornice hazard. There has been a number or large cornice releases in the last week. Today's clouds will also help decrease the threat of them falling down, but given recent warm temperatures and their difficult to predict natural of releasing, this avalanche problem continues to deserve some respect.