One more day of unseasonably warm temperatures and sunny skies will warm snow surfaces significantly on solar aspects and low-mid elevation slopes. This will take longer today than yesterday, as clear skies overnight led to a stronger refreeze. While this will mostly be a concern in how enjoyable it makes travel conditions, on steep slopes with southerly exposure where enough snow actually resides, small loose wet instabilities could become concerning. If your skis start sinking into wet snow, it may be possible to start a small slough that could knock someone off their feet in steep terrain. Timing is everything, start early.
The thin snowpack with many obstacles is still the greatest safety concern. Firm snow surfaces make it prudent to carry crampons and ice-ax/whippet for endeavors into steeper more exposed terrain.
Continue to practice safe travel protocols such as exposing one person at a time as the existence of a pocket of unstable snow is never impossible. Developing good habits could save someone’s life.