I went up on the 11th. All the roads are open. We camped out at the closed Horseshoe Meadows Campgrounds http://www.hikespeak.com/campgrounds/horseshoe-meadow-campgrounds-golden-trout-wilderness/
the first night in order to acclimate, we had the whole place to ourselves and the bathrooms where not locked ( although they were getting full) Even though our permit ( that we couldn't get ) wasn't until Sunday we went up on Saturday, the parking lot at the top is wide open, plenty of people there, a lot of people going for little day hikes, but we meet a lot of people coming down from the top as we went up and they told us how bad the conditions were at the top, most people turned back around 13,000 feet or so, saying the snow drifts were knee to hip high and made it very difficult to navigate the trail. After camping the night at Trail Camp ( it felt like sleeping through a hurricane) we decided to cut our trip there and head back down into Lone Pine for burgers and beer. We got there just in time to sit and relax with our food and watch the Wild West Show and Parade I think they where having for the annual film festival.