I did a weird mostly out-and-back in Yosemite last week (mild injury to hiking partner cancelled our loop).
When I set out on the 17th from Taniya lake, there was tons of snow. We couldn't see the trail, and when we got onto north-facing slopes above 8500' we were marching up and down 12' - 20' snow drifts, although snow crust was pretty solid and we rarely post-holed.
When we got to Cathedral Creek and then to lower elevations in the Tuolomne valley, stream crossings were pretty rough at the beginning of the week. (We spent the night by Cathedral Creek waiting for it to fall).
We came out at Tuolumne meadows a little less than a week ago. There were patches of snow above 8500 feet, but we didn't cross any more fields of snow or snow drifts. Stream crossings were all very tame, but it was my first time on the trail, so I don't know what's normal up there.
Hope that helps.