|A varnish of snow at higher elevations in the Wasatch this morning|
Reports to the National Weather Service show some locations received event greater precipitation amounts including 0.71" at one site in the Salt Lake City area (5102 ft).
It was a relatively warm event in the mountains, but at least a dusting of the white stuff extends down to about 8000 feet based on web cam imagery. The Alta-Collins snowstake sits at about 2". Woot woot!
Is this the start of a trend? I don't think so. Another weak system is on tap for tomorrow and tomorrow evening, but I see nothing in the 7-10 day guidance to get excited about. November begins tomorrow. These are the times that try skiers' souls.