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SYNOPSIS: Areas of light to moderate snow will continue across most of Wyoming today, and across the southern half of the state thru this evening.  Snow will taper off across the area overnight, leaving bitter cold temperatures across the area through Wednesday.  Low temperatures will be mostly from -15F to -25F across north and central Wyoming Tuesday morning. 

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Heavier areas of snow in darker blues and green colors.

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Expected heavier snow bands depicted in darker blue
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Forecast High Temperatures
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Forecast Low Temperatures on
Tuesday Morning, February 20th

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Forecast High Temperatures
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Forecast Low Temperatures on
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Public Information Statement...Corrected
National Weather Service Riverton WY
604 PM MDT Thu Sep 13 2018

...PEAK WIND REPORTS...

Here are the peak wind gusts of 40 mph or greater today. These winds
combined with very low relative humidity created favorable
conditions for extreme fire behavior.

Location                     Speed     Time/Date   Elevation (ft.)

...Fremont County...
2 N Atlantic City            54 MPH    0350 PM 09/13   8450
Red Canyon                   45 MPH    0105 PM 09/13   6768
8 W South Pass City          44 MPH    1150 AM 09/13   8120
3 NNW Hudson                 43 MPH    0446 PM 09/12   5555
7 SW Muddy Gap               42 MPH    0350 PM 09/13   7380
Beaver Rim                   42 MPH    0106 PM 09/13   6784
Dubois Airport               40 MPH    1255 PM 09/13   7297
2 W South Pass City          40 MPH    0206 PM 09/13   8185

...Johnson County...
18 NW Buffalo                48 MPH    0447 PM 09/12   8604

...Lincoln County...
Mt Coffin                    67 MPH    0400 PM 09/13   10870
13 W Kemmerer                40 MPH    0411 PM 09/13   6718

...Natrona County...
16 S Hiland                  49 MPH    0510 PM 09/12   6380
Casper Airport               44 MPH    0348 PM 09/13   5320
8 S Casper                   43 MPH    0552 PM 09/12   7740
Casper Outer Drive           41 MPH    0441 PM 09/13   5463
20 N Casper                  40 MPH    0546 PM 09/12   5677

...Park County...
Hoyt Peak                    44 MPH    0515 PM 09/12   9800
Crandall                     40 MPH    0612 PM 09/12   6640

...Sweetwater County...
I 80 - Mile Marker 184       43 MPH    0136 PM 09/13   7112
I 80 - Mile Marker 157       43 MPH    1125 AM 09/13   6965
15 SE Rock Springs           40 MPH    0444 PM 09/12   7550

...Teton County...
Teton Saddle                 41 MPH    0500 PM 09/12   11610

...Washakie County...
15 SSW Big Trails            44 MPH    0440 PM 09/12   6554

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.

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