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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
0400 PM MST Fri Mar 24 2017


*** Yesterday`s system has finally exited the region.
It brought quite a bit of precipitation across western and central
Wyoming.  The final reports are in with rainfall totals at the top
of this statement and snow totals at the bottom. ***

Location                             Rainfall

Big Horn County...
 Greybull...                       0.07 Inch.
 9 ENE Greybull...                 0.06 Inch.
 9 NNW Shell...                    0.05 Inch.
 7 W Basin...                      0.04 Inch.

Fremont County...
 9 SSE Lander...                   1.15 Inches.
 6 SW Lander...                    1.13 Inches.
 Riverton...                       1.02 Inches.
 Lander...                         0.95 Inch.
 Lander...                         0.93 Inch.
 2 N Lander...                     0.92 Inch.
 10 NW Riverton...                 0.89 Inch.
 7 SE Lander...                    0.89 Inch.
 Hudson...                         0.80 Inch.
 Atlantic City...                  0.80 Inch.
 Boysen Dam...                     0.78 Inch.
 6 N Riverton...                   0.76 Inch.
 2 W Riverton...                   0.64 Inch.
 2 W Riverton...                   0.59 Inch.
 Jeffrey City...                   0.50 Inch.
 Shoshoni...                       0.43 Inch.
 Dubois...                         0.28 Inch.
 Burris...                         0.19 Inch.
 7 WNW Lander...                   0.03 Inch.
 1 N Lander...                     0.03 Inch.

Hot Springs County...
 Thermopolis...                    1.54 Inches.
 Thermopolis...                    1.15 Inches.
 9 NE Thermopolis...               1.04 Inches.
 3 NE Thermopolis...               1.03 Inches.
 Kirby...                          0.63 Inch.

Johnson County...
 17 NNW Kaycee...                  0.93 Inch.
 4 SSW Buffalo...                  0.65 Inch.
 Buffalo...                        0.55 Inch.
 16 SE Buffalo...                  0.50 Inch.
 Buffalo...                        0.46 Inch.
 17 E Kaycee...                    0.40 Inch.
 Kaycee...                         0.36 Inch.

Lincoln County...
 5 SSE Smoot...                    0.88 Inch.
 Afton...                          0.36 Inch.
 2 SE Thayne...                    0.30 Inch.
 3 SE Bedford...                   0.25 Inch.
 Afton...                          0.25 Inch.
 Star Valley Ranch...              0.23 Inch.
 Star Valley Ranch...              0.12 Inch.

Natrona County...
 Powder River...                   0.48 Inch.
 12 NE Lysite...                   0.44 Inch.
 1 S Casper...                     0.16 Inch.
 5 SSW Casper...                   0.16 Inch.
 Casper...                         0.15 Inch.
 Casper...                         0.10 Inch.
 18 SW Casper...                   0.09 Inch.
 10 WSW Casper...                  0.07 Inch.
 Casper...                         0.07 Inch.
 11 WSW Casper...                  0.06 Inch.
 3 WSW Casper...                   0.05 Inch.

Park County...
 3 NE Sunshine...                  0.16 Inch.
 7 SW Cody...                      0.15 Inch.
 26 SW Cody...                     0.11 Inch.
 4 ENE Powell...                   0.02 Inch.
 Pahaska...                        0.02 Inch.

Sublette County...
 Pinedale...                       0.90 Inch.
 Boulder Rearing Station...        0.72 Inch.
 14 NW Pinedale...                 0.37 Inch.
 Daniel Fish Hatchery...           0.24 Inch.

Sweetwater County...
 Buckboard Marina...               0.80 Inch.
 Green River...                    0.76 Inch.
 Rock Springs...                   0.75 Inch.
 Rock Springs...                   0.74 Inch.
 Green River...                    0.69 Inch.
 4 NNW Rock Springs...             0.67 Inch.
 Green River...                    0.65 Inch.
 7 SE Rock Springs...              0.64 Inch.
 Rock Springs...                   0.54 Inch.
 Rock Springs...                   0.45 Inch.

Teton County...
 Darwin Ranch...                   0.43 Inch.
 1 NNW Alta...                     0.22 Inch.
 3 SSW Wilson...                   0.13 Inch.
 Jackson Dam...                    0.06 Inch.
 Moose...                          0.05 Inch.
 Jackson...                        0.02 Inch.

Washakie County...
 16 SSE Ten Sleep...               0.81 Inch.
 5 NNW Ten Sleep...                0.79 Inch.
 Ten Sleep...                      0.78 Inch.
 27 S Ten Sleep...                 0.68 Inch.
 Winchester...                     0.54 Inch.
 8 SW Worland...                   0.50 Inch.
 Worland...                        0.40 Inch.
 2 NE Worland...                   0.40 Inch.
 Worland...                        0.37 Inch.

Yellowstone National Park...
 Snake River Ranger Station...     0.06 Inch.




...Snowfall Totals...

Location                              Snowfall

Big Horn County...
 Bone Springs Divide Snotel...        5 inches.
 Bald Mountain Snotel...              3 inches.

Fremont County...
 Hobbs Park Snotel...                13 inches.
 Deer Park Snotel...                 10 inches.
 Townsend Creek Snotel...            10 inches.
 Cold Springs Snotel...               7 inches.
 St. Lawrence Alt Snotel...           7 inches.
 South Pass Snotel...                 7 inches.
 Little Warm Snotel...                5 inches.
 Brooks Lake...                       4 inches.
 Atlantic City...                   2.1 inches.
 Burroughs Creek Snotel...            2 inches.

Hot Springs County...
 Owl Creek Snotel...                  1 inch.

Johnson County...
 Little Goose Snotel...               7 inches.
 Hansen Sawmill Snotel...             7 inches.
 Cloud Peak Reservoir Snotel...       6 inches.
 Soldier Park Snotel...               5 inches.
 Bear Trap Meadow Snotel...           5 inches.

Lincoln County...
 Commissary Ridge...                  8 inches.
 Blind Bull Summit...                 7 inches.
 Blind Bull Summit Snotel...          4 inches.
 Indian Creek Snotel...               2 inches.
 Willow Creek Snotel...               2 inches.
 Salt River Summit Snotel...          1 inch.
 Kelley Ranger Station Snotel...      1 inch.
 Spring Creek Divide Snotel...        1 inch.

Natrona County...
 Grave Spring Snotel...               4 inches.

Park County...
 Marquette Snotel...                  6 inches.
 Kirwin Snotel...                     3 inches.
 Timber Creek Snotel...               3 inches.

Sublette County...
 East Rim Divide Snotel...            5 inches.
 Larsen Creek Snotel...               4 inches.
 Triple Peak Snotel...                4 inches.
 Loomis Park Snotel...                3 inches.
 Gunsite Pass Snotel...               3 inches.
 Elkhart Park G.S. Snotel...          2 inches.
 Boulder...                         1.5 inches.
 Big Sandy Opening Snotel...          1 inch.
 Kendall Ranger Station Snotel...     1 inch.
 Snider Basin Snotel...               1 inch.
 Pinedale...                        0.5 inches.
 Daniel Fish Hatchery...            0.2 inches.

Sweetwater County...

Teton County...
 Gros Ventre Summit Snotel...         6 inches.
 Darwin Ranch...                    4.3 inches.
 Togwotee Pass Snotel...              3 inches.
 Togwotee Mountain Lodge...           2 inches.
 Phillips Bench Snotel...             1 inch.
 Jackson Hole - Rendezvous Bowl...    1 inch.
 Grand Targhee - Chief Joseph...      1 inch.
 Jackson Hole - Raymer...             1 inch.

Washakie County...
 Powder River Pass Snotel...          4 inches.
 Middle Powder Snotel...              2 inches.


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