The mean precipitation produced over the next 7 days by the North American Ensemble Forecast System (NAEFS) shows these two regimes quite nicely with the largest accumulations over the Southwest and the Northwest.
|NAEFS mean precipitation 0000 UTC 5 October – 0000 UTC 12 October 2015|
Northern Utah is just on the fringe of the more monsoonal regime, but misses out on the precipitation over the Northwest. Thus, our best chance for precipitation in northern Utah is through tomorrow evening as we are brushed by the upper-level trough.
Because we're stuck between the two regimes, we won't be seeing skiable snow for at least another week. The NAEFS forecast plume below is for Alta and shows the precipitation through tomorrow afternoon, after which it's pretty much flatlined (i.e., dry). It's cold enough that the higher elevations may see a dusting or light coat if there's a strong shower, but that's about it.
No worries. Best if it holds off for a bit longer.