I don't have any direct info, but had this exchange from a ski instructor at Telluride last evening (I'm going to Gulmarg with him in a month):
Well, looking like some good snow coming for all of Colorado this week. We have a nice little storm brewing for tomorrow, hopefully 12 inches for Telluride and then 3 days of snow for all of CO, could be another foot or so. That will really help. You know, I don't stress as much as i used to, knowing I'm going to the Himalayas in just over a month, that really helps when the snow is low in Colorado. We have super sketchy conditions here in the backcountry, again we have a facetted layer at the base of our snowpack that is really weak and that is supporting all the snow we have right now. We have had several (small) in bounds slides already in Telluride (no one buried or caught), but it's an indicator of what we are building on. We really need a big, preferably with some wetter, heavy snow to come in and then we have a large, natural avalanche cycle. We basically need to have a bunch of slides and wipe out this weak layer, pretty much start the snowpack all over again. Otherwise we'll have this persistent weak layer util the spring.
Here's the forecast: