I skied there today. They had just recieved 10" and there is more snow forecast for tonight and through the rest of the week. The coverage is excellent. There are the usual rocks on Gold Hill but we found good skiing all over the the mountain. Right now it is about as good as it gets at T-ride, and with the current forecast it should only get better. Your timing looks like it will be right on. If you like steep skiing it doesn't get much better than Telluride right now. It was starting to snow a little as we left town after skiing today.
Here is this afternoon's weather report from the Avalanche Center for the North San Juans: Zonal flow has returned and upstream moisture has begun to enter Colorado today. With a favorable orographic wind direction, the ingredients are in place for snow to spread across all the Colorado Mountains from west to east by evening. Snow will continue overnight and into tomorrow. Widespread 4 to 8 inch amounts are expected. Localized accumulations of up to a foot are likely for locations favored by westerly flow including the West Elks and the Park Range. Westerly winds will become gusty above treeline. For the remainder of the week, a long wave trough will establish itself keeping cold and unsettled weather over the state. Looks like a good week for mountain snow.
On top of nice snow, the addition of you and your wife will double the length of the lift lines. There was nobody there yesterday, compared to President's weekend. There are intermittent rocks to be aware of on many steeper bump runs.