The Dry Fork Snotel (DRFU1) located at 7160 feet just to the north of the Kennecott's open-pit copper mine picked up a fast 7 inches from 4–10 am this morning with about 0.70 inches of snow-water equivalent.
The best thing that could happen now is that we get a good warmup to melt all this snow. The last thing we need is a persistent snow cover rotting on north facing aspects and providing all sorts of avalanche booby traps when real winter starts in a few weeks.
Addendum @ 11:30 AM:
Reports of mixed snow and rain this morning along I-80 near Tooele and accumulating snow in the Oquirrhs down to about 4800 feet.