Hopefully you'll be able to get to the halfway house.
North McClouth is gone.
Middle McClouth is marginal.
South McClouth has dirt showing.
A couple of pathways provide access to the lift from McClouth.
Hemlock's 10-foot snow depth of a couple weeks ago is now down to five feet. It's about the only slope covered top to bottom, and you have to sneak onto it from a narrow path. You can't ski onto McClouth from the bottom of Hemlock--you have to ski off the bottom of Victor to get back to the lift.
Bottom two thirds of Victor are gone except for narrow pathways.
You can ski top of Victor onto Aurora, but there's a narrow pathway off the bottom of Aurora.
North Boyne and the Superpipe have snow, but there's a narrow path at the top.
They groomed this (Friday) morning, so it was pretty mushy by 10 a.m. Hopefully they'll smooth it out tonight and have it flat and cold Saturday so it'll hold up in the 60-degree temps a bit longer.
The pix on the website showing fully covered Aurora, Victor, Hemlock and McClouth is from some time ago. They're only showing the Hemlock webcam because, I expect, power to the Superpipe webcam has been shut off as part of some major excavating being done to make room for the new Children's Center building. Helga House, named for the gal who ran the children's program at the Mountain for about 20 years before her death a couple years ago, will occupy the area where the little magic carpet "learning center" was located, basically at the bottom of North McClouth and the Boyneland beginner area.
If I had the opportunity, I'd consider the trip to Marquette as an alternative for Saturday and Sunday.