Avi danger is high. Snowfall is predicted to continue, and the danger is likely to increase. Be safe; stay inbounds.
The issue is not just low snowfall, it is the lousy layers. We got snow early, then nothing for a while. This lead to depth hoar, and the snowpack, which is always unstable in Colorado, is particularly so now. From the CAIC site on Summit County:
"Skiers (and one snowboarder) have triggered and been caught in 4 avalanches since the 14th. All of these close calls have occurred on northeast, east and southeast aspects near and slightly above treeline. The snowpack across the zone is not going to get any stronger going into the weekend. New snow in the last 24 hours ranges from 3 to 7 inches. Wind speed will pick up from the West and Southwest. Stiff slabs will grow above a weakening snowpack."
There's plenty of good skiing inbounds. If you want alpine conditions, at Copper you have Spaulding Bowl and Resolution bowl. The skiing will be good on Union Peak most likely as well, and the stuff off of the Sierra lift should be great as well.
You might also think of Breck. There good snow will likely be found in certain lines in Horseshoe Bowl that don't get skied much because everyone heads to the high terrain off of 7. Arte's Bowle will be good, most likely, as will the Boundry Chutes and Cucumber Bowl.
Best of luck, and stay safe.