Things have weather the warmth well. Lakes that had snow on them are a bit rougher surface wise than those that were completely bare or had just a small amount of snow on the surface.
Lakes like Moore Rez suffered the most due to the substantial rise and fall of water levels resulting from the inflow of warm rain. Access to Moore is hazardous at best and the plate, which is only about 4" thick, is heavily fractured. Moore isn't in play just yet IMO.
Right now the best lake locally is Squam IMO. Although at the moment there are some considerable hazards to be aware of and unless you know the lake and/or are an experienced ice user, I would stay clear of Squam or anywhere at this time until this new stretch of cold heals things up a bit.