The snow is great where you can find it. The problem at keystone right now is that there's not enough of a base, and there's still tons of exposure all over the mountain. Hit lots of exposed dirt and rocks.
Skiing at Copper yesterday was great with a bit of powder on the blacks and double blacks (front side) - snow cat closed but tons of pow off Sierra lift. Downhill races at Super Bee was cool to watch during lunch break. Flurries all day.
With almost 3k in vertical and as many acres and different facing slopes, you can find the snow you want. We found corn and powder in same day. Just read the wind and follow or avoid the sun. 3.5 deg per 1k feet elevation rise is an average temperature drop. So even if it's 40 in town, it's normally going to be below freezing up top.
It was 40+ the whole week before we went with little snow and conditions were great. Have you actually looked at how much snow they have gotten in past 14 days? I left on the 23rd and the base is +20". So just enjoy it. Some of you need to ski the east so you appreciate what you have out west. I will show you what ice and lack of powder is, though this year has been much better than what has become normal around here.