At the Salt Lake City airport, the trough-a-week pattern dominated the month, yielding fairly typical late fall ups and downs in temperature. The last trough decided to hang around for a few extra days, yielding our current cold stretch.
For precipitation, the airport received 0.40", well below the average of 1.45". Overall it was a decent month for artificial snowmaking, but Mother Nature had her struggles. The thin natural snowpack is now quite weak and will be a prime concern for backcountry travel if it ever starts to snow again.