I find it quite depressing to check out the weather cameras from the mountains. Nothing "eats" a snowpack like the combination of high dewpoint temperatures, low clouds or fog, and rain. Here's a quick visual tour from below to above the melting layer.
|Wolf Creek Ski Area. Looks like a Vermont ski day.|
|Parleys Summit. Looks like a Cascade ski day.|
|Top of Snowbird. Looks like a Sierra ski day.|
Stream gauge data suggests several rivers and creeks in northern Utah are near bankfull, above bankfull, or above flood stage.
Periods of rain will continue today as the trough moves through. For the latest on flood conditions, see the National Weather Service web site.