Based on snowpack snow-water equivalent, things are fairly grim across much of the west including Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington. The northwest interior fares a bit better, with some mountain basins sitting closer to average. Relative to average, the healthiest snowpacks are in western Wyoming. The "beefiest" snowpack relative to climatology is in the Albion Mountains of southeast Idaho. Pomerelle ski area is there, but even at 145% of average, they are only reporting a 27-33" base.
Things are most grim in the Pacific Northwest. Here's a shot from Snoqualmie Pass this morning.
Meanwhile, we can be grateful for the 4" of snow that fell overnight at Alta and whatever we get from the lingering snow showers today.