I don’t know what the local conditions are like in that area, but globally it has been snowing heavily with up to 1m in places, and it’s still snowing (Monday 11 am). The global avalanche risk is 4-5 in most places, all aspects and altitudes.
The 48 hours after a snowfall are the most dangerous, moreover the history of the last week is not promising: there was a very strong northerly wind which went round to the east and then the south as the snow began and is now westerly! i.e. there will have been a build-up of windslab on all aspects. Plus the new snow is falling on a firm frozen base, with some hoar formation in places, so we can expect large natural purges of both powder and slab in the next 2 days.
Personally I’m glad I’m snug at home , not stuck in a refuge playing French Scrabble! A good time to mess around in resort, or on easy ground in the trees, I think.
It’s worth checking skitour.fr daily - the reports of outings (and significantly, the lack of them at times) can be very informative, plus there is a good link, on the panel on the left, into the Avalanche Bulletin; click on department required.