I may have the chance to make a trip out to the Pecos this weekend so just wanted to see what the snow conditions are like. Would probably just do Jicarita or something similar as I feel that is hikable even in snow as it is gently sloped and ~11mi round trip. I see that there has been some new snow with more to come soon. This would be kind of a trial for a Trans-Pecos hike/peakbagging trip in June that I hope to do.
Missed your first post. Let us know what you find. It snowed some yesterday, but it's been very warm and dry for a while. I'm guessing you'll still find a fair amount of rotten snow in the trees, but I expect it's been going fast. The last year winter we had that was this bad, I hiked the Truchas snow-free in early May, and I'm thinking of trying it again this year.