Not sure about boot or ski tracks (I suspect boot tracks after the initial couple miles of the Winsor trail). There's a decent snow base (currently 37 inches next door at the ski basin), though the top of Baldy looked pretty wind blown and bare up high (flew over it a couple days ago).
Clark, I once snowshoed out the Windsor over VERY deep snow, and still found a wind-scoured ridge above treeline. Unless you catch it right after a storm, that's usually how it goes. If you want, I can give you a visual evaluation from town in a couple days, I'm hitting the road for a visit tomorrow.
Well, from town it looks like Baldy is largely bare, though with a big streak of snow somewhere along the south ridge from Puerto Nambe area. So I suppose there might conceivably be some possibility of showshoeing close to the summit. However, I'd be kind of amazed if that snow streak isn't wind-blown and rock hard.
Clark, you're right. The start of the trail is snow free. I skied up there yesterday, the snow is becoming spring-like: crusty on top, bottomless sugar beneath. Hikers are postholing a trail for you now, several were up there yesterday and friday, and theirs (and others) tracks should firm up over the next few weeks. A boot pack exists nearly to the ridge. Just keep an eye out for warm temps, and you could, likely, hike early in the day on supportable crust. Give it a few weeks to consolidate along the trail. But know that locals are heading up there nearly daily, packing out the trail for you.