Other than perhaps some very widely scattered showers today, mainly east of the Wasatch Mountains, it looks bone dry through early next week.
A weak trough sneaks through on Tuesday and Wednesday. Perhaps it can initiate some action, but right now it looks mainly dry.
And the long range? It's not impossible that something sneaks in here, but most of the long-range ensembles call for this pattern to persist. This is reflected in the Climate Prediction Center 8–14 day outlook, which shows that the dice are loaded for below average precipitation over Utah and the southwest US.