Today (Monday) will be breezy and cooler than the weekend before a quick warm-up Tuesday. SW winds will also increase ahead of the next front making for breezy conditions again on Tuesday. Wednesday into Thursday we will have periods of snow as a cold upper level trough slowly traverses across Utah. Stronger forcing will lead to widespread precipitation initially on Wednesday AM before things taper down. Later on Wednesday we’ll transition into a regime with less forcing but colder mid-upper level temperatures leading to “showery” and more scattered precipitation through Thursday. A secondary weak shortwave trough could also add a couple extra inches, but models have been less consistent with this feature, so confidence is low towards the latter half of the forecast. Overall, I’ll go with 5-10 inches. Hopefully we’ll hit the higher end of that range considering the colder temperatures associated with the storm…sadly I can easily count on one hand the number of 10″ storms we’ve had the last couple months.