She says some other groups around them are losing motivation to wait out the weather (17,200' is an easy place to loose motivation) but her team says "they are happy to stay up there another week if they have to!"
They must be eating well and having fun. High camp can be a pretty cool place to explore when you have time to explore around in slow motion - I'd say they are taking 1-2 breaths for every step they take. I was up there a few years back and found some very old cans of bacon in the rocks and canvas tents partially frozen in the ice.
They have time, food and fuel to wait it out until the winds stop and the skies clear. Let's hope it happens soon for them.