Ari and I did Blue and Green Gully yesterday, Sunday November 20th.
Both are in fine shape with great ice although the low angle middle part on Blue is kind of scrappy.
I climbed Blue with Chad Chadwick's original early 1970s era Chouinard Hammer and Axe making it quite a fun climb as the techniques and styles needed to climb with those versus new tools are completely different. In short, modern climbers are not worthy. New tools make it so much easier to bully one's way past all the different ice qualities and ignore the more important arts of knowing where to swing and how to stay in balance. With modern ice screws it's was actually very enjoyable and engaging! Thanks Chad.
Green is in fine early season shape. More of a hose than than the big fatty it will become. The top is narrow and thin in places but has great gear if you know how to work for it.
The approach is fine, if not bony, with no wind slabs or otherwise. Can't speak for the thousands of feet above the climb. The road up there is snow packed and good traveling. The switchback might get awfully slick with the clear weather.