Conditions in the Rockies-
Sunlight closed yesterday. This past weekend, they had Sun King, Primo, and Joslin open and in reasonable shape on the upper mountain, although all had at least large exposed rocks, and Sun King had large bare patches that could be dodged.
Rebel was officially open, but was half dirt, with the other half spotty coverage.
Dawson and Cystal were "open" even though crystal required either a hike or ski damage to cross a 8' bare patch, and both were mostly dirt.
Several runs on that side of the mountain had adequate coverage, but emptied onto Ute. The final 200' on Ute was dirt with a 5' wide path that still had snow, by Sunday that path was pretty much gone.
By Sunday, even getting anywhere near the lodge was getting dicey, as the last 500 feet were filled with large bare patches.
Snowmass, by virtue of having more terrain has more open, but a lot of the mountain is just destroyed. Buttermilk is a mess, and appears similar in condition to Sunlight. Aspen and Highlands are similarly all torn up. I hear conditions in Highlands Bowl are acceptable compared to most anything else still open.
Bottom line- if you want to ski ANYWHERE in Colorado, do it ASAP.
I've never seen a drier, warmer March, and I've never seen a closing day anywhere in Colorado that looked as bad as Sunlight. Colorado ski areas normally close because most people stop skiing when the weather turns, and they can't make a profit spinning lifts. This is the first year since at least 1982 that places are closing because they are out of snow.