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Significant Snowfall Across Central And Southern Wyoming Today and Tongiht

A winter storm will continue to impact western Wyoming today becoming stronger as it pulls into central and southern Wyoming, where moderate to locally heavy snow is expected to develop today into tonight. Read More >

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Synopsis: A prolonged snow event brought 3 to 4.5 feet of snow to some of the western mountains from late Saturday,
January 7, through Wednesday, January 11, 2017. Snowfall of 1 to 2 feet was common in the Jackson and Star valleys, with higher amounts in the neighboring foothills. These totals were updated Thursday, January 12, to account for snowfall that fell during the day Wednesday but was not reported until Thursday morning.

Storm Total Snowfall: Late January 7 through January 11, 2017
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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Riverton WY
337 AM MST Sat Jan 20 2018

...Preliminary Storm Information...

The following are 24 hour snowfall amounts from 1 am Friday until 1
am Saturday.

Observations are collected from a variety of sources with varying
equipment and exposures. We thank all volunteer weather observers
for their dedication. Not all data listed are considered official.

Note: SnoTELS (Snow Telemetry) are remote sensing sites in high
mountain watersheds. Snowfall data from SNOTELS are estimated.

***** Snowfall Reports *****

Location                              Snowfall

Big Horn County...
 Bone Springs Divide Snotel...        1 inch.

Fremont County...
 Little Warm Snotel...                1 inch.
 Brooks Lake...                       1 inch.

Johnson County...
 Bear Trap Meadow Snotel...           2 inches.
 Cloud Peak Reservoir Snotel...       1 inch.
 Little Goose Snotel...               1 inch.

Lincoln County...
 Willow Creek Snotel...               8 inches.
 Blind Bull Summit...                 8 inches.
 Cottonwood Creek Snotel...           7 inches.
 Blind Bull Summit Snotel...          6 inches.
 Spring Creek Divide Snotel...        6 inches.
 Indian Creek Snotel...               4 inches.
 Kelley Ranger Station Snotel...      4 inches.
 Box Y Ranch...                       3 inches.
 Salt River Summit Snotel...          3 inches.
 Hams Fork Snotel...                  2 inches.

Natrona County...
 Grave Springs Snotel...              1 inch.

Park County...
 Beartooth Lake Snotel...            12 inches.
 Wolverine Snotel...                  9 inches.
 Evening Star Snotel...               8 inches.
 Blackwater Snotel...                 8 inches.
 2 WSW Cody...                      0.5 inches.

Sublette County...
 Triple Peak Snotel...                6 inches.
 Bondurant...                       1.1 inches.
 Loomis Park Snotel...                1 inch.
 Gunsite Pass Snotel...               1 inch.
 East Rim Divide Snotel...            1 inch.

Teton County...
 Grassy Lake Snotel...               12 inches.
 Jackson Hole - Rendezvous Bowl...    6 inches.
 Grand Targhee Snotel...              6 inches.
 Snake River Stn Snotel...            5 inches.
 Jackson Hole - Raymer...             4 inches.
 Base Camp Snotel...                  3 inches.
 Togwotee Pass Snotel...              3 inches.
 Jackson Hole - Mid Mountain...       3 inches.
 Granite Creek Snotel...              3 inches.
 Phillips Bench Snotel...             3 inches.
 Togwotee Mountain Lodge...           2 inches.
 Jackson Hole - Base...               1 inch.

Washakie County...
 Middle Powder Snotel...              3 inches.
 Powder River Pass Snotel...          3 inches.

Yellowstone National Park...
 Canyon Snotel...                    12 inches.
 Lewis Lake Divide Snotel...         10 inches.
 Two Ocean Plateau Snotel...          9 inches.
 Sylvan Lake Snotel...                8 inches.
 Parker Peak Snotel...                8 inches.
 Thumb Divide Snotel...               6 inches.
 Sylvan Road Snotel...                5 inches.
 Snake River Ranger Station...        3 inches.
 Lamar Ranger Station...            2.5 inches.



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