The morning of April 1, 2012, closing day, Sunlight. Officially an 18" base, although they went 3 full weeks in March reporting an 18" base while the mountain melted out and I think they were full of it and just decided to stop being honest about what was on the stake.
As bad as conditions looked in the AM, by the afternoon it became clear that the mountain could not operate another day. The two paths on the hill behind me melted out and the lower 100' required hiking. The bare spot in front of the deck expanded by about 20 feet. At the base lift, things were 2" of Icee slush over mud, and by 4:00 that had pretty much melted out. To make matters worse, the runs that actually still had some coverage (I recall Sun King being one) were paradoxically firm.
They were going to do a pond skim, but the morning of, they found they had nowhere on the mountain that they could even push a few feet of snow together to make a 1 1/2' berm for the pond- the terrain park had melted out, so they couldn't destroy the features. Instead they did a slip and slide with the big sheets that were supposed to line the pond.
I learned I can chug an entire longneck while sliding down a 100' slip and slide.