The avalanche danger is 1-low rising to 2-moderate in the SE and 2-moderate elsewhere.
The avalanche problems are: wet snow and wind-drifted snow.
Good night refreezing: hard snow in the morning and danger level rising on the southern slopes, below 2500-3000 m, from the central hours due to the progressive humidification related to the rise in temperatures, though remaining in a danger level 2-moderate all over the territory.
Possible small and medium-sized wet loose snow and slab avalanches, also full-depth, from the very steep slopes and rocky bars. Also an hiker can trigger some small avalanches of wet snow passing close to the rocky bars.
Few old accumulations on the north slopes, above 2500-3000 m, mainly in the western area, bordering with French and Swiss.
The passage of more hikers could originate a slab avalanche on the extremely steep slopes, close to ridges, passes and on slope edges.
Rarely, as the humidification goes on also at the northern aspects, natural superficial slabs of medium large size. Persistent weak layers sometimes still present on N slopes: an avalanche could still mobilize a lot of snow, but it is unlikely.