TL:DR; Last night was extremely windy and any accumulation from yesterday has been heavily blown around, lower temps have led to hard snow conditions. Some small amounts of snow could fall throughout the weekend.
Nowcast: Yesterday at noon, Solitude recorded a base temp high of 43F which created some wet snow. Temperatures have thankfully dropped into the teens overnight with mountain temps rising to mid/upper 20s throughout the day. The snowpack has locked up making for some hard conditions. The winds from yesterday prevailed, as strong northwesterly wind gusts surpassed 100 mph along the upper ridgelines overnight.
As seen in the wind chart above, it is still very windy out there. Lower elevation (9500′) winds are around 15-25 mph gusts up to 45 mph. Any slight snow/graupel accumulations from yesterday afternoon have been transported elsewhere, with protected pockets containing remnants. Good news is that air quality conditions in the valley have significantly improved.
Short-Term Forecast: A high pressure system will build over Utah on friday and is expected to add to the valley inversion and bring more moderate temperatures. A small amount of moisture will make its way into Northern Utah Friday night/Saturday morning, unfortunately minimal snow accumulations are expected. Below is the accumulated snow forecast, showing trace amounts of snow beginning Saturday morning.
Once again, think positively as this storm will likely help improve air quality in the valley.
Long-Term Forecast: A weak trough is expected to pass over Northern Utah Sunday night, potentially bringing a small amount of precipitation. This will be followed by a continental airmass (continental = dry) on Monday making its way from the north and leading to cooler temps.