The snowstorm that provided Wasatch ski resorts with more than a foot of much-welcomed snow may be the last storm until at least Thanksgiving.

The snowstorm probably marked an end to the recent onslaught of storms, said meteorlogist William J. Alder. Until Thanksgiving, dry but colder weather should prevail, Alder said.Thursday's storm generated winds of 60 mph in Sandy, 50 mph in Holladay and 39 mph at the Salt Lake International Airport.

Total inches of snow recorded that has fallen since Thursday are: Alta and Powder Mountain, 27 inches; Snowbird, 21, Brighton, 16, and Park City/Deer Valley, 7.

Partly cloudly skies and temperatures near 40 are predicted for the Brigham Young University vs. University of Utah football game at Rice Stadium Saturday.