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This last spring storm brought quite a lot of precipitation to many locations across Wyoming.  The big winners so far are parts of Park and Natrona Counties for rainfall, with 2.5 to over 3 inches, and parts of the Wind River Mountains for snow seeing up to 20 inches!  Many roads were also shut down for a period of time due to poor visibility and slick road conditions. As reports are received, snowfall and rainfall totals will be updated.

Snow Total Map, Click to enlarge
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14" of snow in Sinks Canyon, 9.5 miles southwest of Lander South Pass Camera Closed section of I-80 on 5/18, Courtesy of WYDOT
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