For skiers, I'm sorry to say that this looks to be a weekend with snow primarily from hoses not heaven. Natural snowpack in the upper elevations of the Wasatch presently sits at 50-85% of average. At SNOTEL sites, Snowbird has the most robust snowpack with 4.4 inches of snow water equivalent (green line below). That's actually right on the median for this time of year, meaning that half of the years have more, half have less. Of course, by the time we get to turkey day, we will be slightly below the median.
Rabbit Ears Pass, 9400 ft: 6.9 inches
Dry Lake, 8400 ft: 5 inches
Tower, 10,500 ft: 11.2 inches
Whiskey Park, 8950 ft: 8 inches
Old Battle, 10,000 ft: 8 inches
Snowdepth at the Tower Snotel is 40 inches. That's nice, but keep in mind that is near the summit of the southern Park Range, so it's probably the deepest snowpack in that neighborhood.
Long range forecasts suggests a shift in the pattern next week. Keep your fingers crossed.