All of Washington had above normal snowfall this winter, but the southern part was the least above normal. The areas that were snowiest were between Snoqualmie Pass and Mt. Baker. The southern areas, including Mt. Rainier, are above normal but not inordinately so. Average snowpack at Paradise on this date should be around 75 inches, and last I checked, it was 120 inches. I'm guessing we're running a couple of weeks behind schedule in the south, maybe 3-4 weeks behind schedule in the north. Having said that, I think it'll still be quite a hike for Adams. As for Rainier and Hood, Billisfree pointed out that it really doesn't matter since the road is plowed. St. Helens shouldn't be an issue either.