I don't know. It came in wet, so may stick to the crusts a little better, but that is just hopeful thinking and far less useful than actual observations. Overall, we'll have more than 30cm new snow with wind sitting on a sliding surface. At a minimum, we will have short-lived instability within the new storm snow: avalanche danger always spikes during and immediately after a storm. Likely is slab formation that has bonded poorly with the crust and surfaces on which the new slab has formed.