The snowpack in the Cottonwoods remains meager, but the mountains east of Logan have more. The Tony Grove Lake SNOTEL has a snowpack with 9.5 inches of water, 135% of the median for the date. This compares to 6.0 inches/85% of median at Snowbird.
Toby Weed's report for the Utah Avalanche Center reads:
"The coverage is quite good above around 8000', with the heavy snows from November nicely filling in the rocky terrain. You can ride just about anywhere without sinking in too deeply and you can see the larger protruding rocks, but I found ascending on skis difficult in places because of a slippery rime-crust beneath a few inches of mashed potato-like snow."
Ok, so they have better cover, but perhaps some not-so-great skiing. Then again, perhaps beggars can't be choosers.