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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
435 AM MDT Sun Sep 24 2017

Here are some updated rainfall reports across
Central and Western Wyoming. Amounts are from
Wednesday night through Saturday night. With
additional rainfall expected today, many of
these amounts will go up.

Location                             Rainfall

Big Horn County...
 Lovell...                         0.69 Inch.
 Deaver...                         0.50 Inch.
 9 NNW Shell...                    0.36 Inch.
 7 W Basin...                      0.32 Inch.
 9 ENE Greybull...                 0.29 Inch.
 Basin...                          0.29 Inch.
 Greybull Airport...               0.27 Inch.
 Greybull Town...                  0.25 Inch.
 2 SE Burlington...                0.25 Inch.
 2 SSW Lovell...                   0.17 Inch.
 Greybull...                       0.03 Inch.

Fremont County...
 Dubois...                         1.36 Inches.
 Burris...                         0.96 Inch.
 Shoshoni...                       0.73 Inch.
 2 NNE Lander...                   0.73 Inch.
 7 WNW Lander...                   0.62 Inch.
 9 SSE Lander...                   0.62 Inch.
 Riverton Airport...               0.62 Inch.
 7 SE Lander...                    0.61 Inch.
 Riverton Town...                  0.59 Inch.
 9 SSE Lander...                   0.58 Inch.
 Lander...                         0.54 Inch.
 Lander Downtown...                0.51 Inch.
 Atlantic City...                  0.50 Inch.
 Boysen Dam...                     0.46 Inch.
 1 N Lander...                     0.43 Inch.
 Jeffrey City...                   0.40 Inch.
 Sweetwater Station...             0.30 Inch.

Hot Springs County...
 Thermopolis...                    0.58 Inch.
 3 NE Thermopolis...               0.52 Inch.
 9 NE Thermopolis...               0.52 Inch.
 Kirby...                          0.47 Inch.

Johnson County...
 17 NNW Kaycee...                  0.47 Inch.
 Buffalo Airport...                0.36 Inch.
 13 SSE Buffalo...                 0.35 Inch.
 4 SSW Buffalo...                  0.31 Inch.
 Buffalo...                        0.21 Inch.

Lincoln County...
 3 E Freedom...                    1.29 Inches.
 Star Valley Ranch...              1.27 Inches.
 3 N Etna...                       1.20 Inches.
 Star Valley Ranch...              1.19 Inches.
 2 SE Thayne...                    0.88 Inch.
 Afton...                          0.65 Inch.
 Afton...                          0.46 Inch.
 5 SSE Smoot...                    0.32 Inch.
 Fossil Butte...                   0.24 Inch.

Natrona County...
 12 NE Lysite...                   0.37 Inch.
 1 S Casper...                     0.28 Inch.
 5 SSW Casper...                   0.27 Inch.
 Casper...                         0.26 Inch.
 1 SW Casper...                    0.25 Inch.
 Casper...                         0.22 Inch.
 4 WSW Casper...                   0.22 Inch.
 Casper...                         0.21 Inch.
 3 WSW Casper...                   0.20 Inch.
 Casper Airport...                 0.14 Inch.
 10 WSW Casper...                  0.10 Inch.
 18 SW Casper...                   0.07 Inch.
 11 WSW Casper...                  0.06 Inch.

Park County...
 Pahaska...                        1.91 Inches.
 26 SW Cody...                     1.36 Inches.
 Cody...                           1.03 Inches.
 7 NW Cody...                      1.00 Inches.
 Cody...                           0.97 Inch.
 4 SE Cody...                      0.94 Inch.
 2 WSW Cody...                     0.94 Inch.
 7 SW Cody...                      0.90 Inch.
 Cody...                           0.87 Inch.
 4 SW Powell...                    0.86 Inch.
 Cody...                           0.81 Inch.
 3 NE Sunshine...                  0.79 Inch.
 3 NE Clark...                     0.77 Inch.
 Cody...                           0.73 Inch.
 Powell...                         0.70 Inch.
 4 ENE Powell...                   0.70 Inch.
 11 SE Cody...                     0.40 Inch.

Sublette County...
 Bondurant...                      1.28 Inches.
 7 SE Pinedale...                  0.54 Inch.
 14 NW Pinedale...                 0.46 Inch.
 Pinedale...                       0.38 Inch.
 Daniel Fish Hatchery...           0.37 Inch.
 13 NE Big Piney...                0.19 Inch.
 Big Piney Airport...              0.07 Inch.

Sweetwater County...

 Buckboard Marina...               0.46 Inch.
 4 NNW Rock Springs...             0.42 Inch.
 Rock Springs...                   0.41 Inch.
 Rock Springs...                   0.38 Inch.
 Green River...                    0.37 Inch.
 Rock Springs...                   0.36 Inch.
 Green River...                    0.35 Inch.
 Green River...                    0.34 Inch.
 Rock Springs Airport...           0.22 Inch.
 5 N Farson...                     0.22 Inch.

Teton County...
 12 NE Jackson...                  1.76 Inches.
 Jackson Dam...                    1.66 Inches.
 Moose...                          1.57 Inches.
 Jackson...                        1.44 Inches.
 1 NNW Alta...                     1.36 Inches.
 3 SSW Wilson...                   1.28 Inches.
 2 NE Teton Village...             1.23 Inches.
 Darwin Ranch...                   1.17 Inches.
 5 NW Jackson...                   0.60 Inch.

Washakie County...
 Worland Airport...                0.70 Inch.
 Ten Sleep...                      0.64 Inch.
 Worland...                        0.62 Inch.
 16 SSE Ten Sleep...               0.60 Inch.
 5 NNW Ten Sleep...                0.55 Inch.
 2 NE Worland...                   0.51 Inch.
 Winchester...                     0.48 Inch.
 Worland...                        0.41 Inch.

Yellowstone National Park...
 Snake River Ranger Station...     1.67 Inches.
 Bechler River Ranger Station...   1.27 Inches.
 Old Faithful Ranger Station...    0.75 Inch.

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