Snow is falling in Moab and it's beginning to accumulate on my lawn, which means higher elevation areas like Arches, Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point will be under a thin blanket of the frozen stuff. The forecast is predicting that it will snow for several more hours today.
The three prime opportunities for winter landscapes will arrive as this storm breaks up, tonight at sunset and tomorrow morning at sunrise. If the storm begins to break apart during daylight hours, the best place to be is in Arches National Park, as rays of sunlight will break through the clouds and spotlight various features in the park. It is highly likely that you'll find arches and spires playing hide and seek in patches of fog. Tonight and tomorrow morning the snow will remain pristine and untrammeled at most locations. If you've ever wanted a photo of Mesa or Delicate Arch under a blanket of snow, now is your chance. Get to Mesa Arch at least one hour before sunrise to ensure that you won't have to compete for tripod space as even in the winter, it is a popular location.
EDIT: At 1055 today the snow in town has turned into rain due to warming temperatures. Arches NP will likely see a mix of rain and snow. At 6,000' in Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point, it will be all snow. The snow level is around 5,000'.
*The photo at top is not from today but is a representation of what you might find tomorrow morning if the Gods of Light are with you. ;-)