I'd say wow, but after seeing what happened in the east a couple of weeks ago, this seems pretty tame. Further, over the next few decades, we'll leave this in the dust.
Speaking of dust, things are just starting to get interesting. I can't see the Oquirrhs anymore and the Wasatch are starting to look a titch fainter.
I suspect the entire valley will be enveloped eventually as the large-scale flow should gradually shift to southwesterly and put us in the dust-plume cross hairs.
On a weekend like this, the Wasatch Weather Weenies are like pigs in slop.