Do yourself a favor, ignore all this crap. Remember all the hype last year about El Nino? How did that work out for you? Now we have a 55–60% chance of La Nina developing this winter (see the Climate Prediction Center Diagnostic discussion released 11 August), so you can expect a healthy does of La Nina hype this fall. That means lots of forecasts like the one above, which have no discussion of probabilities and suggest high confidence. That goes over well in the media and makes a good story, but the reality is that La Nina merely weights the weather odds in some portions of the country (not Wasatch snowfall though). Plus, it's unclear at this time how strong La Nina will be and how much of an impact it will have on the storm track.
So, what kind of ski season will we have in the Wasatch Range?
I don't know.
And nobody else does either.