Low, level 1. The avalanche prone locations are very rare and are clearly recognisable to the trained eye.
A latent danger of gliding avalanches exists, in particular on steep sunny slopes below approximately 2400 m as well as on steep shady slopes below approximately 2000 m. Areas with glide cracks are to be avoided as far as possible.
Dry avalanches can in very isolated cases be released in the old snowpack by large loads. Caution is to be exercised in particular on extremely steep shady slopes, especially adjacent to ridgelines and in areas where the snow cover is rather shallow. Here individual mostly small avalanches are possible. Restraint should be exercised because avalanches can sweep people along and give rise to falls.
dp 2: gliding snow
dp 7: snow-poor zones in snow-rich surrounding
In some places relatively hard layers of snow are lying on old snow containing large grains, in particular on shady slopes at high altitudes and in high Alpine regions as well as adjacent to ridgelines.
The old snowpack will be moist at low and intermediate altitudes. The surface of the snowpack will soften later than the day before. This applies on sunny slopes.
The backcountry touring conditions remain favourable.