The valleys on the west coast of Norway are more or less green, but the high mountains are still covered in snow. This is normal this time of the year, and is exactly what I experienced when I went to the coast (Vestlandet) the other day. It was night before I had to cross the mountain Strynefjellet, and I was a bit worried about the weather. But it was ok. Completely quiet, and dry roads. It was even okay to drive through the three long tunnels through the mountains, which together have a distance of 10,7 km. And it certainly was very little traffic. There are some more photos from this mountain region on this link.