I am not producing a detailed forecast for this weekend yet because I'm not sure how things are going to play out on the local scale. Let's take a look at the last two GFS forecasts as an example. The run initialized at 1200 UTC this morning, puts a pronounced front and frontal precipitation band over extreme northwest Utah at 0600 UTC (0000 MDT) Saturday 17 March. There's some precipitation over the Salt Lake Valley and adjoining Wasatch Mountains, but it is not especially heavy.
That's a modest change in position, but a major change in the forecast if you are say trying to predict what will happen at Snowbasin. In the scenario at the top, you are warm, prefrontal, with perhaps a few snow showers. In the scenario at the bottom, you are right in the frontal band and it is nuking snow.
Colder weather and snow is coming, but I'm still holding off on bold declarations for where, when, and how much.