Storm clouds hung over Salt Lake City part of the day Sunday, but the temperature reached a high of 52 degrees. Most northern Utahns enjoyed lots of afternoon sunshine following recent snowstorms, which capped the Wasatch Mountains in a crystal layer of white and boosted the water supply outlook, said National Weather Service meteorologist William J. Alder. At the 9,700-foot elevation, Alta received 79 inches of new snow, containing 5.52 inches of water, while Snowbird received 61 inches of snow, containing 4.74 inches of water, in just the past four days. Another foot or more of snow is expected in the mountains through Monday night. There will be a break from stormy weather Tuesday and part of Wednesday, but another cold system will move in later Wednesday and Thursday, with more rain and snow expected through at least Friday.