There are 3 guys that started in mid-Feb that are now as far as Kearny. Seems they've had some short stretches of no more than ankle deep snow, but nothing to worry about, and it could very well be gone or mostly gone by now.
I am still mulling over my weekend plans, but may have an update for the Mazzys for you on Sunday evening, two other HAZers going in to Horse Camp Seep today, they will most likely give a report on snow conditions along divide as well...
The Divide was almost clear of snow when I was there last week. Patchy on the north faces, but I'm willing to bet pretty much all gone now. 2 hikers who came by when we were working near the Barnhardt TJ said there was still a fair amount of snow on Peelys north face, but again I'd be willing to bet its probably all gone or atleast the trail is free of snow now.
Unless another storm rolls through I honestly wouldn't be concerned will snow at all along the trail, except for Mica Mountain, only because I havnt seen it for myself.
I'm wondering how the water situation is going to look in a few months if we don't get another storm...
I just drove down to Phoenix via 89 - past the North Rim and through Flagstaff. Flagstaff had no snow and what was left by Jacob Lake was melting quick and was patchy. I'd predict very little snow if any by the time most people hit that area. Hopefully a few storms drop some much needed snow around Flagstaff to make sure water remains reliable up there.