With the thin snowpack, avalanches are unlikely below treeline. Some slopes near/above treeline may have a deeper snowpack. Watch for cracking snow and drifted snow on the downwind sides of ridgelines. It will be difficult or impossible to find snow that is deep enough to safely tour, but remember that if it is deep enough to ride, it is deep enough to slide.
Some minor accumulation from October storms still remained by November 1st, primarily above 10,800' on northern and shaded slopes. On November 3rd and 4th a storm deposited approximately 9" of snow near 10,800'. As of 10am on Nov. 4th, the Snowslide Canyon SNOTEL (9,700') reported about 5 inches of new snow containing 0.5" of snow water equivalent (SWE). The SNOTEL is reporting some erratic early season data, so these numbers are suspect. On Nov. 4th at 7am, the airport reported a SWE storm total of 0.67".
Lack of snow has prevented early season observations and there is quite a bit of uncertainty with this report.