i'm up this weekend. definitely sunday, maybe saturday.
regarding a strategy for the mountain, here's some advice: if you like groomers, ski upper/mid/lower cannon and upper/mid/lower ravine early as they get scraped up, but are rocking top to bottom groomer runs with the upper sections being classic new england windy trails. tramway should also be done early as it gets scraped up. rocket and gary's will be good all day for groomer action, hit them at your leisure.
lift strategy: avoid the HSQ when ever possible. ski upper mountain trails via the cannonball quad and ski lakeside trails via the zoomer triple chair utilizing the tram from the zoomer side. the HSQ doesn't have much to offer and trails like mid cannon and the links become scrapped off nightmares by noon time.
bump action on zoomer, paulie's, and avalanche off the zoomer triple. a good chair to warm up on in the morning as the sun hits it first (not this weekend though!). don't forget to score powder in the banshee area when cutting back to the tram, most people miss this area. after this storm, likely bumps on vista way, taft slalom, and paulie's extension, yum.
for glades, you have lakeview, echo, and kinsman. all three have been thin even as of this past week, but after saturday they should all be well covered hopefully. kinsman is especially brutal and should not be taken likely. it's the longest marked inbounds glade in new england that i know of, and it's steep as a mofo in places. i've seen way way too many inexperienced skiers struggling through kinsman. tramline is freaking sweet, but if you can't hop turn or take a mandatory air, probably not for you.
must ski trails would be a top to bottom via taft, upper hard, middle hard. sensational run, likely top to bottom bumps after this storm. the hards are classic. everything on the front face rips, groomers or bumps... your choice, steep either way. kinsman and tramline if you're up for the challenge, but respect those trails if you're not, they are not a joke and just because cannon doesn't use silly double diamond ratings doesn't mean one shouldn't exercise good judgement. upper cannon and ravine should probably go on the must ski list too, they are classics.
it's a fantastic mountain, but the trail map is really just the beginning.