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Heavy Rainfall Over Northwest Gulf; Severe Thunderstorms Possible in Northeast/Mid-Atlantic Saturday

Excessive rain over southeast Texas and southwest Louisiana through this evening is threatening the area with a potential for flash, urban, and small stream flooding. Isolated to scattered severe thunderstorms capable of producing damaging winds and marginally severe hail should occur Saturday across parts of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. Read More >

Wyoming Flood Awareness Page

The Wind River takes over a nearby home in 2011


Index Flash Flooding Snowmelt / Run-off Flood Safety Burn Scar Flooding AHPS / Drought Social Media

The National Weather Service (NWS) offices in Wyoming would like you to be aware of the dangers associated with floods. Important safety facts, along with flood monitoring tools, can be found on these Wyoming Flood Awareness pages.

The NWS and Wyoming Department of Homeland Security officials encourage you to become familiar with safety rules and make plans to protect yourself and your family when flooding situations develop. Flood warnings are disseminated through NOAA weather radio, local television and radio stations, and cable television systems.

This information is provided in order to inform you of the different types of flooding dangers we are exposed to in Wyoming and also to provide safety information related to each type. Click on one of the tabs above or on the links below to learn more.

Topic 1: Flash Flooding

Topic 2: Snowmelt and Run-off Flooding

Topic 3: Flood Safety

Topic 4: Flash Flooding within Fire Scars

Topic 5: AHPS and Drought Information Sources

Wyoming is served by five National Weather Service offices. We issue watches and warnings for the protection of life and property. Below is an image of which NWS office covers what counties in the state:

Wyoming NWS Offices

For additional information, contact your local NWS office:
Cheyenne, WY Riverton, WY Billings, MT Rapid City, SD Salt Lake City, UT
800-269-6220 800-211-1448 406-652-0851 605-341-7531 801-524-5133