Visiting northern Arizona and Utah during the winter, we knew we could expect a wide range of possible weather. Overall we had really good luck. It was cold, but precipitation-free. Only the very last day leaving Moab did we run into weather that impacted our plans. I had hoped to catch sunrise at Dead Horse Point State Park and then explore nearby Canyonlands National Park, but widespread freezing fog obscured the entire canyon. Fortunately, there was one small section of the road above the fog, so I jumped out of the car and took a few photos as the sun rose in the distance. The freezing fog added such neat texture to everything. It wasn't the sunrise photo I wanted, but a good memory nonetheless. Can’t wait to go back.
Also, "Dead Horse Point State Park" next to "Horsethief Campground"... I guess not a place to bring a horse!