Here is the Utah snow report by snotel site:
Luckily the central Uintas still have about 60%+ snowpack above 10,000 feet that will buffer the lower elevation melt out we have already seen. Most sites definitely stayed well below median and peaked well before the median peak date as well.
Same goes for the Yampa and White in Colorado:
They seem to be holding snow a little better down to about 9,000 feet.
Dismal but I wouldn't give up hope for a better peak flow just yet. It won't get very high but I would expect it to modulate at the current range for a bit and the peak again sometime in May.