But, I'll show it anyway: Baldy Bowl, from 10,000 feet, February 1st, 2012. Yes, that's pretty much a snowless mountain in the midst of a snowless season with no snow in sight. As for the Sierra, there are rumors of a long-range weather pattern shift which might bring some moisture, so there's a tiny dose of optimism for you. Flying over central Colorado today, I saw what I would call 'abundant' coverage (in comparison to SoCal, at least), though the hell of it is that it's all undercut by rot. The Dude cannot abide.