Went up the Baer/Bair Canyon Trail and then turn south on the Great Western Trail to Francis Peak. The snow line was about 7200', but it was just a few inches until the GWT. The GWT had drifts up to knee deep, but if I walked at the sides it was only about 6" or so. After Francis I walked north on the GWT to 9491. The snow was only a few inches deep in that direction. The ridge was completely socked in in the morning, but fortunately it cleared and there were great views in all directions.
I've been to Francis Peak several times. During my first trip, there were large snowdrifts on the ridge, that lasted well into July. I've also hiked to the top from Baer Canyon which is accessible all year.