Your timing could not be worse
On new years day I was catching thigh-high powder shots at Jiminy Peak on a natural snow trail that rarely opens.
Today, it is approaching 60 degrees in DT Albany.
You have lots of options but I have not kept up on conditions. I am not sure what kind of skier you are or what type of areas you enjoy.
Jiminy Peak is less than 40 miles from albany. It has northern exposure so may be protected.http://www.jiminypeak.com
Hunter is on the way home but it is further south and I am not sure what is open. It has some very aggressive trails.http://www.huntermtn.com/
Check out Alpine Zone: There are a lot of Hunter faithful on that forum and they could give you up to the minute conditions.
The resorts in Southern Vt are all less than 80 miles away.http://www.stratton.com/index.htm
- AKA "Flatton" I heard that they have tons of snow. It is not that bad IMO.http://www.mountsnow.com/
The north side has some steep stuff.
Also, I almost forgot Magic has reopened. This is a throwback but very dependent upon natural snow.http://www.magicmtn.com/http://www.bromley.com/
** $25 weekday ticket - Sun all day - old school vibe.
Of course the forecast is for freezing rain on Friday.
If you want to go further north then we are considering Gore and Whiteface in NY and Okemo and Killington in VT. These are all around 120 miles away or less.
Good Luck. Do not hesitate to ask if you have any more questions.