The Ogden mountains may have some of the strongest, most stable snow across the state. The reason is that these mountains had almost no snow on the ground prior to Thanksgiving. There are a few upper elevation, shady slopes that had a little bit of this old snow. It is a very thin layer, but could produce an avalanche. Snowmobilers found this layer yesterday (video below) Whiskey Hill
in the Monte Cristo area. Kory Davis was looking for and evaluating this layer yesterday and wrote good comments about it HERE
Fortunately this layer has not produced avalanches in the Ogden area. Just in case, make sure to only expose one person at a time to avalanche terrain and to watch them from a safe location. Being prepared even when there seems to be little threat of avalanches can make the difference between life and death.