As discussed in the ENSO diagnostic discussion issued yesterday by the Climate Prediction Center, the equatorial Pacific currently features ENSO-neutral (meaning no La Nino or El Nino) to weak El Nino conditions. Sea surface temperatures across most of the central and eastern equatorial Pacific are mostly above average, but only weakly so.
Climate models mostly project borderline ENSO-neutral or weak El Nino conditions to occur this winter. Based on this guidance, and current conditions, the official CPC forecast calls for ENSO-neutral to weak El Nino conditions for this winter.
As we have discussed in several previous posts, the presence of El Nino, La Nina, or neutral conditions doesn't buy us much for anticipating how much snow we will have in the Wasatch Mountains. My crystal ball is no better than yours. Your guess is pretty much as good as mine.