The Parrish Creek Snotel in the Wasatch Mountains east of Centerville has received 43 inches of snow in 18 hours if the automated snow depth sensor is to be believed.
Note that the total snow depth increased from 33 to 76 inches from 1500 MST yesterday to 0900 MST this morning.
The latest radar shows it is still dumping there.
Utah's record 24-hour snowfall is 55 55.5 inches. I think they would have a shot at it if someone was actually making measurements at 6- or 12-hour intervals as is commonly done for official snow measurements. Instead, we only have a total snow depth measurement and compaction is starting to occur. As a result, although it is still snowing hard there, the snow depth dropped to 75" in the past hour. It bears watching anyway.