Down south they are getting pounded. Provo Canyon reporting 62" at 6100 feet for the 90-hour period ending at 6 am this morning. The southern Wasatch Front lowlands are also getting into the action: Levan 28", Nephi 26", Santaquin 22" as of noon, most this falling in the past 24 hours.
These storms drive me nuts and probably every other meteorologist in Utah too. Our radar system provides no coverage of winter storms over central Utah! It's too far from the Salt Lake, Cedar City, and Grand Junction radars. Ugh!
This makes it really tough to monitor what's happening in Millard, Juab, Sanpete, Severe, Emery, and a few other counties. In particular, much of I-15 and I-70 are "terra incognita." You can only do so much with weather cameras, point observations, and spotter reports. Radar provides critical time-space information for storm monitoring and nowcasting.