Well, I was fortunate to be able to ski three consecutive days this past weekend in all different areas in the eastern sierra. Friday( the 7th) we headed out the Buttermilk Road in hopes of skiing the lower flanks of Basin. As of friday, the furthest you can drive is just beyond the lst parking lot turnout for the buttermilks. Those windstorms we had a while back really filled in that area more than usual. Friday was a hot day with highs in the 70's and not a breath of wind. We were in t-shirts and tank tops and skied excellent corn for about 2500' on due south faces.
Saturday the 8th, Neil S., Bill O., Zach S. and I planned on skiing corn on Mt Wood in June Lake. The winds were howling that day and the temps were just around 40 F and it didn't look like any corn was going to happend so we skied the northwest coulior on Mt Lewis (just north of Wood). We had great firm conditions and even some face shots in the last 800'! Zach has a nice blog with photos you can check out here: http://forums.mammothgear.com/showthread.php?t=160
Sunday the 9th, Scott, Anne and I headed up Big Pine Creek to ski Mt. Alice. We found warm air, clear skies, and great views. We took some time to summit so found the bottom a little slushy but had some pretty good corn for the first 2000'. I'll get some photos of that up soon.