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Severe Thunderstorms Possible from the Central Plains to the Ohio Valley

Severe thunderstorms containing damaging winds, large to very large hail, heavy rainfall, and isolated tornadoes will be possible Thursday from the Central Plains into the Great Lakes. The primary threat is expected to move into the Great Lakes on Friday. Heavy rainfall with these thunderstorms could cause localized flooding. Read More >

 

 
 
The National Weather Service in Riverton receives many questions each day, with some more common than others. Below are a list of questions to help you find the data you are looking for.

1. Where can I find Monthly and Seasonal Climate Season Outlooks?

You can use the following link for maps for monthly and season climate outlooks: http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/predictions/multi_season/13_seasonal_outlooks/color/churchill.php

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2. Where can I find information on Wyoming drought?

A map summarizing drought across the United States can be found at:
https://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/

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3. Where can I find information on current Wyoming Snowpacks?

Wyoming Snowpack information can be found on our hydrology page using the following links:

Snowpack and Precipitation Data
Available WY Precipitation Reports Precipitation Summaries
(western US)
Percent of Average SWE by Basin (Graph) Percent of Average SWE by Basin (Map)
NRCS Snow Survey SNOTEL Water Year Graph
-By Basin-
SNOTEL Water Year Graph
-By Individual Station-
Snow Precipitation Update
-Surrounding States-
Snow Precipitation Update
-Wyoming-
Snow Precipitation Update
NOHRSC Snow Graphics  National Resource Conservation Service - Casper, WY
Wyoming Station Snotel Plots (Interactive Map) Climatological Data Products from Water Resources Data Systems (WRDS)
Directory of Snow Water Equivalent Maps for Western and Central Wyoming U.S. Snow Monitoring
NRCS Snow Data National Snow Analyses from NOHRSC
Interactive Snow Information from NOHRSC  

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4. Where can I find a Flood Potential Outlook?