The snow conditions are changing about as fast as the reports/recommendations regarding the Corona virus. This week has seen several warm days, and Friday will be in the 60s. It will immediately cool down, but with no new snow the surfaces won't be conducive for anything except hiking with traction aids. In general, there is no snow on south-facing slopes at elevations below 2,500 feet, and not much snow left below 1,500 feet. Next week will again see temperatures in the 40s with only a chance of some snow showers while it is still below freezing each day.
So, not much specific can be reported at this moment. If you are local, you can probably figure out something to do with these conditions - we've been here before. If you are not local, you likely live south of here where the snow may have been gone for a while. Consider just staying local and exploring some of your local terrain to stay sane while we all endure this unprecedented change in our daily lives. Perhaps by exploring locally you'll discover some new place you can go back to even after this virus scare is history.
Trail Conditions 101
Trail condition reports are posted frequently during the ski season. The Adirondack backcountry can be a hard place to predict with weather and trail conditions that often change rapidly. We can't offer the same detailed descriptions of trail conditions as groomed nordic centers.