Change is coming, and snow will fall in the mountains, but specifics remain uncertain.
I hate to admit when I don't have a good idea of what will happen, but I don't have a good idea of what will happen!
The 1800 UTC NAM pulls the coveted 0C 700-mb isotherm through the Wasatch by tomorrow afternoon. Beginning around that time, the snow level should be 8500 feet or lower.
What makes the forecast thereafter difficult, however, is that the upper-level low is digging and closing off to our south. Thus, we don't get a nice transition to northwesterly flow and forecasting the where and when of the precipitation bands that pinwheel around the low is difficult.
Bottomline: Keep the skis waxed, the fingers crossed, and stay tuned.