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SYNOPSIS: Gusty winds today coupled with low humidites and warm temperatures have prompted a Red Flag Warning for portions of Natrona County until 7 PM tonight.  There are also hazardous fire conditions for Sweetwater and Fremont Counties.  A cold front will then sweep through the area Tuesday bringing scattered rain and snow showers.  Snow will begin to fall out west tonight, lower elevations will see rain change over to snow.  East of the divide will see rain showers changing over to snow Tuesday morning.
 

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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Riverton WY
915 PM MDT Wed Apr 25 2018

...Peak Wind Gusts Wednesday...

Strong, dry southwest winds were observed ahead of a cold front
earlier this afternoon, and strong northerly winds were observed in
wake of the cold front. Weak showers along this front helped produce
winds around 55 mph in a few locations. The Buffalo Airport had a
gust of 55 mph, while the Park County Sheriff`s Office had a gust of
54 mph this evening.

Location                     Speed     Time/Date   Elevation (ft.)

...Big Horn County...
Greybull Airport             45 MPH    0738 PM 04/25   3935

...Fremont County...
8 W South Pass City          42 MPH    0550 PM 04/25   8120

...Johnson County...
Buffalo Airport              55 MPH    0818 PM 04/25   4970
Linch                        53 MPH    0112 PM 04/25   4934
25 ESE Buffalo               45 MPH    0545 PM 04/25   4657
5 ESE Story                  41 MPH    0806 PM 04/25   4673

...Natrona County...
16 S Hiland                  49 MPH    0210 PM 04/25   6380
2 SE Hiland                  40 MPH    0305 PM 04/25   6134

...Park County...
Park Co. Sheriff Office      54 MPH    0741 PM 04/25   4935
8 N Meeteetse                50 MPH    0831 PM 04/25   5926
Cody Airport                 49 MPH    0744 PM 04/25   5100
Powell Airport               49 MPH    0735 PM 04/25   5050
Hoyt Peak                    48 MPH    0315 PM 04/25   9800
Chief Joseph Hwy             45 MPH    0320 PM 04/25   8136
Powell                       43 MPH    0745 PM 04/25   4386
Crandall                     43 MPH    0712 PM 04/25   6640
8 S Clark                    41 MPH    0745 PM 04/25   4710
1 W Clark                    40 MPH    0849 PM 04/25   4270
3 E Pahaska                  40 MPH    1157 AM 04/25   7500

...Teton County...
Snow King                    46 MPH    0900 AM 04/25   7810

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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