Most of New England is in really good shape right now, but looks like it'll all wash away this weekend.
I am a pass holder at Jay but would not call it "home". I was there all last week. The week started with little open and lackluster conditions, but then it kept snowing all week. Right now there is natural snow aplenty and things are in superb shape.
My home resorts are in New Hampshire: Crotched, Attitash, and Wildcat
Crotched has been having water problems all month and keeps running out of water in its pond due to impressive bursts of snow making. We call this a first world problem. Right now it is down to mud, but there is a mixed curse / blessing of rain to come this weekend. That should refill the pond and allow them to finish covering the last few trails.
I'm actually avoiding Attitash and Wildcat (where I am the Ambassador) until they they sort out problems that they have each been working on for a month. Both are suffering from years of neglect and little to no investment from their ownership. Lots of loyal regulars are very unhappy.
Attitash has an old and SLOW fixed grip triple as its only lift to the summit. They have blown an electrical transmission line to the lift and have thus far been unable to open the summit.
Wildcat started the season talking big and promising to open top-to-bottom "as soon as tomorrow" in mid-November. There were lots of positive vibes and everyone was optimistic. Unfortunately at that point they managed to freeze their water pipe to the summit and have had no snow making on the upper third of the mountain. Doh! They've been trying tricks to try to thaw the pipe and get some water on one route off the top. They were just able to open their summit on Sunday (2 days ago) with the help of over a foot of natural snow, but will likely lose all but maybe one trail down with this weekend's rain.