From a snow perspective, there's a great deal going on across the Utahrado nation. A slow moving, digging upper-level trough has spawned a quasi-stationary band of precipitation that extends across central Utah and northern Colorado. It is also producing a little lake-effect precipitation southeast of the Great Salt Lake.
These features are apparent in this morning's GOES-16 imagery.
The lake-effect is just a little meteorological eye candy, but the frontal band is delivering big time at upper elevations. Here's a shot from Steamboat. Quite a pasting at 10,000 feet.
Further, the snow there is likely to continue through the day today. I suspect there will be some good skiing on the upper mountain later today and tomorrow.