The avalanche danger is variable and can range from Low to High. Travelling early in the day is recommended, as conditions can change rapidly in short periods of time due to daytime warming. Pay careful attention to the integrity of surface crusts formed overnight and rising air temperatures during the day. Dry slab avalanche danger may also exist during spring snow storms. More Spring Conditions details.
Weather station data is available here: http://agriculture.alberta.ca/acis/alberta-weather-data-viewer.jsp
Akamina Pass, Goat Haunt, & Waterton Red Rock are most useful.
Avalanche Canada produces a broad-scale Mountain Weather Forecast: http://www.avalanche.ca/weather
SPOTWX (http://spotwx.com) is a resource for weather forecasts at a local scale.
The Spring snowpack is well above average. Avalanche risk will remain on many trails until Summer. Avalanche Canada has defined four common spring scenarios, here: http://www.avalanche.ca/blogs/spring-strategy-2017. It's up to you to decide which of the scenarios applies to your situation. Each requires a different risk management approach.