Lines showing what seems to be "normal" or "average" are nothing of the sort. Rather, they plot the data accumulation over a selected range of past history. For weather patterns, there really seems to be no such thing as "normal". Or perhaps more accurately, if you need to see what is "normal" today, stick your head out the window and check.
In any case, the accumulated total precip and snow water equivalent are trending rather high compared to past weather data. Some would even say it is not too early to start planning for catastrophic flooding when the weather turns hot. Many of Utah's reservoirs, which also serve as flood control resources, are already filled over nominal capacity.
So get ready for an interesting and lively spring season. Our problems in Utah will be nothing compared to the potential wave of disaster that threatens to crest over California.
Wow. Oh, wow! Are you California guys STILL complaining of drought?