Thanks to Ray Mason from Totally Awesome Adventures for the latest update.
As late as last week there were reports of trucks attempting to cross the Hurley and getting very badly stuck.
The road is very definitely closed officially and unofficially to vehicle traffic but it is in great shape for sledding. The FSR sign at the pass is showing only the top foot of the sign so there is currently approximately 5 feet at the summit on the road and approximately 6.5 feet (2 m) in the alpine.
This is a really awesome post about the current conditions for sledding in the area by Julie Ann Chapman -She Shreds Mountain Adventures
Thanks to Ken Conway Brown at the Cascades Forest District the statistics are in for the mid-May to mid-October traffic (both ways) averaging 91 vehicles a day. Two heavy days were on the May long weekend with 270 trips on one day and the September long weekend with 400 trips on one of the days.