crampons & and ice axe ( probably no need to technical ice tool needed) if there's still snow up there.....
here's a good link to monitor snow and avalanche conditions..... plus some good pics
There are many other routes to the top if conditions deteriorate
enjoy your day and stay safe out there
"when it starts to hurt you might be nearly halfway, now its probably a good idea take out those ropes and put your crampons on!"
-Tim: MWOBS donor, AMC member, and steadily but surely working on joining the AMC 48 in winter committee