There have also been some impressive lowland and mountain valley totals, although most of these reports are old and haven't been updated since yesterday and include 16" at Liberty through 8 PM Wed, 13" at Eden through 6 PM Wed, 13" at Stansbury Park through 10 PM Wed, 12" in Plain City and Pleasant View through 4 PM Wed, and 11" in Magna through 5 PM Wed.
Radar at 0722 MST (1422 UTC) this morning shows that not much has changed from yesterday on the large scale. A north-south oriented band extends through northern Utah and is bringing snowfall to much of the Wasatch front from Salt Lake/Tooele northward.
I'll be spending my day giving thanks, watching football, and monitoring snow reports. Mountain storm totals will continue to increase today as the band moves across the central Wasatch. For building an early season base, this storm is indeed looking like the game changer we've been hoping for, although it is creating backcountry avalanche problems and will pose challenges for road maintenance and resort operations.