At present the weather is very unsettled and the low level ice of the previous weeks has disappeared or is falling down. The only consolation, is that wet sleet/snow is falling on the high tops and a series of freeze/thaw weather systems will be passing through. In the medium term this is good, as higher routes will be building and if the weather calms down, they will still be intact. A high avalanche risk persists at the moment, so stick to ridges and mixed climbs that are not threatened from above and do not require access over large bowls of snow. Avoid gullies if at all possible. Good route finding is key to survival in these conditions.