So far so good on the current storm. By 9:30 Monday morning there have been 3 inches of snow reported in the Cottonwoods with a snow level around 7500′. Other areas have gotten a trace-2 inches. Snow will continue for most of the day today before tapering off in the evening. After a break, another weak trough will push into Northern Utah Tuesday afternoon and evening. Freezing levels will be between 6000-6500′ for the most part. Including what has fallen so far, it is looking like most areas will see 3-8 inches by Wednesday morning. High elevations, particularly in the Cottonwoods, will see 6-12″.
If you want to ski, you might want to make plans for Tuesday afternoon or Wednesday morning. You better take advantage of it, because it looks like we will be high and dry the rest of the week with May-like temps returning.