It's finally turned warm, although the storms are also rolling through and keeping the conditions pretty good.
I skied Breckenridge on Saturday and it was in the upper 40's. Lots of slush on the front side of the mountain, but the north facing high stuff was still relatively good.
Sunday morning skied Copper, and we got 3" of fresh in about an hour. Spaulding Bowl was pretty hard given the melting that had occured, but again North facing faces (like Buzzard's Alley) were quite good.
Sunday afternoon was A-Basin, where they did not receive the freshies that Copper did and the wind closed the upper lifts (including the Pali). Snow was hardpacked, but not as hardpacked as Copper (and presumably the other resorts with lower elevations that probably warmed more than the Basin).
I suspect the quality of your experience will depend on how warm it is and how much snow we get between now and your arrival. A bunch of storms are predicted for the remainder of this week, so it probably really depends on temps. We've got plenty of snow -- its just a question of whether it is corn, packed powder, or hardpack. Heh, but there is little better that 3" of corn on a blue bird day in Co, right?