Unless we have another storm move through, which is not in the forecast, there will not be any deep snow. The best remaining snow will be in the trees, because the winds will drive it in there.
It has been cold up at the basin, so the snowpack will be good, which should make for a warm weekend and soft conditions.
Taos is going to be great up until March 19th, when the influx of boarders take care of most of their good snow. The locals know where to find the remaining powder, and they aren't about to start sharing that knowledge.
I think Wolf Creek will be o.k., but I don't get up there often. I go to Taos if I am going to drive.
Sorry you had to miss the snow last Thursday Mom. It was truly the kind of day we live out here for.