Thank you Mike H for the updated trail conditions.
SGWA will start cleaning up damaged trail conditions after the trails thaw out.
It is always smart to turn around when you don’t feel comfortable with the trail status. Hiking when trails are covered with snow is very difficult when not equipped. Some areas have known winter routes that require the right equipment like a good topo map, compass or gps and the proper snow gear. If there is a lot of snow covering a trail, it can be difficult to fallow unless others have made footprints. But those footprint paths can be dangerous becoming very icy and slippery after overnight freezing temperatures.