I realize that Tahoe, Utah and most of the rest of the country have had a tough time with not enough snow. I hope things turns around, soon.
Those of us in the Pacific Northwest been more fortunate; other than cold dry weather the first three weeks of December, we've had a good season so far. I have been able to ski every weekend since the November 18 opening date. Stevens Pass has received 6" overnight, with a 63" base and a total of 156" of snowfall so far, and more on the way. I think the "low snow cover" warning signs are ready to come down.
I celebrated New Years Eve by skiing till 10pm (Stevens is open for night skiing Thursdays-Mondays). Here's the view from in front of the lodge when we arrived.
Then returning to ski New Years Day.
Life is good. I hope Tahoe gets lots of snow in time for the Gathering.