As of midnight last night, every Wasatch Snotel except for Parish Creek (98%) and Mill D North (94%) was above median snowpack water equivalent for the date.
Although there may be some lingering snow showers today, the storm cycle is pretty much winding down. This week represents a break in the action as the next major storm is expected to pass to our south, although it will throw some precipitation our way midweek.
Most downscaled NAEFS members initialized at 0000 UTC (6 PM MDT) yesterday afternoon are showing less than 6 inches of snow over the next 7 days, and most of that was last night
Thus, this looke like a relatively quiet week. Hopefully the backcountry snowpack will begin to strengthen and heal.