Whistler is about the only place in BC, Alberta, or Washington right now that's worth skiing. The problem is temperatures have been high, and everything under about 1600m has been getting intermittent rain. Below the Rendezvous and the Round House, they are mostly surviving on snow gun snow from previous weeks.
In the alpine, its a different story. Still a little shy of the 200+cm needed for the more extreme terrain, so check out your run very carefully before committing. One problem is very long lift lines and congested slopes, as everyone in western Canada abandons the marginal conditions on their local hills for Whistler. Of course, the 64,000 people there last weekend were all using the 7 or 8 lifts with the best conditions, when they would normally be spread out over 30 lifts. Because of the hardened base layer, if we get a big dump, avalanche hazard will be very high.
The good news is we're finally starting to establish a more seasonal weather pattern, temps are dropping, and things should be in good shape by the time you get there. I'll be up for a week starting Feb 4. Say hi if you see me in my red Helly one-piece on early model X-Screams.