There's not all that much new snow so avalanche conditions remain fairly calm. The wind blown snow is the biggest concern. The most likely places someone might trigger a small avalanche today would be just under the higher ridgelines on very steep slopes that face north through southeast.
It's difficult to say at this time if the new wind blown snow is sensitive to the weight of a person. The best approach is to get out and find small steep test slopes that have no consequences if they avalanche. Side-hill or ski-cut these small test slopes to see if you can initiate a crack. Do this numerous times on different test slopes to get a feel for how well the new snow is bonded to the old snow.
Overall, I'm not anticipating very dangerous avalanche conditions. Just keep in mind that you might trigger a small slab avalanche if you're poking around just below the ridgelines on steep slopes.