The last time I heard, its supposed to rain lightly and be in the 50's during the day (in town). Thus, during the day, you will likely have an inch or two of wet, creamy/sloppy snow on the trails. Skier traffic will be light (cuz its midweek) but by the end of the day, will probably be enough to push this around into tiny ruts on the flats and mini-moguls where it gets steeper and people start skiing defensively.
Depending on whether it gets below freezing or not at night (and when this happens), this top surface may either be pretty much like during the day, or, if it does get significantly below freezing, may get hard. If after-school skier traffic is heavy just as the top surface is re-freezing, it may be enough to keep the snow stirred up / scraped off / and quite nice. If it isn't, its going to be hard and fast.
Tom / PM
is still calling for rain from about noon to 2 PM today, even tho that period has already passed.
With respect to temps, if you believe them, it looks like it isn't going to dip substantially below freezing tonight, so with the loose granular during the day and light traffic, the snow conditions tonight should be pretty good.
Tom / PM
Off to go check it out Liberty.