I haven't been up there since before Christmas, but I'm pretty sure there's a bunch of snow in the Presidentials. I live in pansy-assed WMass, 3 hours to the south, and we've had snow on the ground since before Thanksgiving. Right now there's about 8-12" in the woods.
Try this web page http://www.erh.noaa.gov/er/nerfc/
(It also has real time stream gauge reports from many rivers for your aquatic fun
Click on the <<Snow Page>> button; you will get a choice of maps. The <<Snow Depth Map>> is the one you want.
Obviously, since the map is for all of Northeast, it can't be too fine in it's detail.... the local conditions may be different than what's on the map, but it gives a good general idea of how deep the cold fluffy stuff is....
The last time I looked, it showed between 10 and 20 inches in the Whites'.... I'm sure you'll find even more than that. I think there'll be be plenty for snowshoe fun
The forecast calls for more snow starting today and ending Saturday
I'd be extra careful if you do head up there any time soon. Wednesdays storm started out as freezing rain/sleet, before turning to all snow. It's been cold, so there hasn't been any melting or consolidation of the snowpack. That means that there is potential for an ice layer under any new snow that falls. That can mean avalanche conditions...
There's a web page somewhere (maybe the Mt Washington Observatory) that has the USFS Avalanche Forecast for the Tuckermans area. I'm sure a Google search will yield something useful.
Good luck and have fun....
ed e "who did take an avalanche course and what he learned scared him...."