Some one asked about probabilities of fires on the mountain. I will say this is one benefit to living in a temperate rain forest. The ground is to saturated to burn. Mt. LeConte receives, on average, around 81 inches of rain a year. Some years are more some are less. We are the wettest place in Tennessee. The moisture makes it a really hard place for something to catch fire and spread.
Trail conditions are improving day to day. The Boulevard trail is still closed due to downed trees and broken cables. The other trails should be in good condition. They may be wet with snow melt, but they are passable. I have seen a lot of hikers without traction devices. I think the ice has melted enough to make it safe.