From all reports it is currently a grey damp world in the Rockies and Columbia mountains. Information is limited but it seems that above treeline in the Rockies somewhere between 5 and 15 cms of snow have fallen. Limited reports from the Columbia Mountains show rain at Treeline and probably higher.
The new snow and wind may have built windslabs in alpine areas. In the Columbia Mountains and the Rockies any rain should be assumed to have weakened crevasse bridges, cornices and shallow snowpack areas.