Well, Snowbasin is open with very limited terrain, but Powder Mt. relies 100% on natural snow and is not open yet. Both of these have received some snow from the latest storm, but not the amounts needed to open up much of the terrain.
That said, the weather pattern is set to change starting Saturday. The forecast models indicate that the high will move farther west off the coast allowing the cold air to flow down from Alaska/Canada. There are several systems lined up that should bring storms, but their exact track will be dictated by the location of the ridge.
It is too early to be sure, but the models and forecasts are indicating much colder temps and snow likely from Saturday thru mid next week (and possibly beyond). If these storms hit N. Utah, it will be feet vs. inches per day. Also, with the extreme cold temperatures, the lake effect will definitely kick in. The typical NW flow will benefit the LCC/BCC areas. More of a westerly flow will bring enhanced snow to Snowbasin/PowMow.
Time will tell.