Makes me want to wait a few more weeks for sure.
Depending on the weather patters, it could get worse over the next few weeks. Right now, conditions in several areas seem to be quite stable in the morning, but more dangerous in the afternoon/early evening (which is when you and Elliot saw the slides). As nights get warmer, the morning stability will last a shorter time into the day, and conditions could be more dangerous, especially if there are nights above freezing.
Unless it is during a really cold spell, you probably wouldn't want to be anywhere near a steep slope in the afternoon and it may actually get a bit worse in the next few weeks, especially when things heat up. The cold weather predicted may temporarily stabilize things since little snowfall is expected.
In winter, typically the longer you wait until after a snowstorm, the more stable things become. This is also true in spring immediately after a snowstorm, but in spring, after that initial danger period, warming temperatures often increase the avalanche danger as time passes, even if there hasn't been a recent snowstorm. Don't assume conditions will automatically be stable just because it's been a few weeks since the big storms.
If you ("you" used in a general sense; not directed towards anyone) climb anything, sticking to very early morning hours is the best plan of attack. Spring avalanches can be just as big and deadly as winter avalanches, but luckily they tend to be more predictable. In spring, after the initial dangerous period after a snowstorm (when avalanches can and do happen throughout the day), spring (wet slab) avalanches very rarely happen in the early morning hours. Once sunhit occurs though, avalanche danger immediately rises. Regardless of avy forecast, never assume safe conditions on any afternoon (or late morning), especially if it's warm. On the flip side, afternoon avalanches don't necessarily mean that conditions weren't or won't be stable in the morning, especially in the spring.
I'm slow and fat. Unfortunately, those are my good qualities.