Even over the sparsely populated west you can see the radar sites are showing reflectivity--but nothing like what's going on back east. This is a fairly normal though, as we don't usually see anything like what happens over places like Chicago, St. Louis, Indianapolis, and the rest of those blobs you see above.
That being said, we are still not seeing the effects of any sizeable movement in northern Utah. Small numbers of migrants are trickling through, but overall it's still lackluster. I don't know what the next week or so holds; I had hoped a small front would be passing through this weekend and maybe bring some birds with it, but it doesn't look like much will be happening.
The best advice, just get out in the field and keep looking. Eventually something will change and the birding will improve. Even if you don't see lots of birds, fun stuff always turns up like this American Redstart from Garr Ranch on Monday: