OK, so "epic" is probably an overused term, especially for mid-atlantic resorts, but I just got back from Blue Knob and I'm still grinning.
They just had 10" of fresh, light, oh-so-soft powder the day before and all the glades were stocked full and the trails were groomed packed powder. No ice! Anywhere! (Wellll, at least in the morning.)
I hit Triple, Forever, Ditch, East Wall, Bone Yard, and Mine Shaft Glades -- something I've never been able to do before at the Knob.
East Wall was the only bad idea. Way too many small trees/brush to be easily skiable. Bone Yard and Mine Shaft coupled with Lower Shortway were just fantastic with plenty of untracked lines and foot deep powder in many areas. I was skiing some new Volkl Mantra's which proved to be awesome for these conditions.
Extrovert had honest-to-god powder on parts of it, though it had its usual ice-wall surface on the backs of all whales and moguls.
As usual crowds were non-existant so there may be some snow left for you weekenders. Go now if you want to catch the last good glade skiing of the year!