That is what I find on east, west and south facing slopes during my March timeshare week at Snowbird when it's warm. The steeper north facing slopes (which are abundant at Snowbird) are good all day long because they have not melt/frozen and retain a packed powder surface.
No worries. I just like to have some options for when there has been a melt/freeze, which is more often than not in modern times.
I have skied Snowbird when all of the frontside was coral reef, all day, in both January & June. I will look forward to skiing some sweet March corn in the new terrain.