I'm planning on hiking and snowshoeing from Babe Haught to Knoll Lake on Sunday.
This kind of thing is not for everybody, but if you have the gear and don't mind stormy, cold weather and hiking in terrain that will run the range from rocky, desert mud to 1 foot of fluffy snow on top of 2+ feet of crusty snow, let me know.
This plan is subject to change due to the forecast, but for now I'll be leaving the valley Sunday morning for a 9am start at Babe Haught.
There may or may not be snow at the trailhead to begin with (snow level for this storm is questionable), and the hike up to the rim will go through an unpleasant transition zone where microspikes may be the preferred traction choice. Once on the rim, snowshoes will be the best method of transport.
The forecast calls for 80% chance of snow showers on Sunday with an additional snowfall of 2-4", temperatures in the low to mid 30s, and winds of 15mph.