Well, we picked up a scant inch or two yesterday and last night, pretty much on the rock bottom of ensemble forecast possibilities for the storm.
The future is not bright for significant snow. Forecasts through early next week show either a generally dry northwest flow over northern Utah with just the chance of a brush-by or two giving us a little snow if they elect to drop far enough south, or, by early next week, upper-level ridging. The downscaled NAEFS shows all but 4 members generating about .5" of water equivalent or less at Alta Collins. As usual the most optimistic members are Canadian.
The European ensemble is no better. The waiting game has begun. At least the single track is dry, although temperatures this week will be a bit lower, especially for post-work rides which thanks to the time switch happen much closer, during, or after sunset.