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Strong winds, colder temperatures, and wintry precipitation expected from the Northeast to New England

A strong cold front and low pressure system will bring strong winds with gusts over 50 mph possible across much of the Middle Atlantic, Northeast, and New England into Sunday night. The strong winds could knock down trees & power lines, and lead to scattered power outages. In addition, the potential exists for snow and ice in portions of New England which could lead to hazardous travel conditions. Read More >

Overview

This last spring storm brought quite a lot of precipitation to many locations across Wyoming.  The big winners so far are parts of Park and Natrona Counties for rainfall, with 2.5 to over 3 inches, and parts of the Wind River Mountains for snow seeing up to 20 inches!  Many roads were also shut down for a period of time due to poor visibility and slick road conditions. As reports are received, snowfall and rainfall totals will be updated.

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Snow Total Map, Click to enlarge
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14" of snow in Sinks Canyon, 9.5 miles southwest of Lander South Pass Camera Closed section of I-80 on 5/18, Courtesy of WYDOT
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