March 30-31 Snow and Wind Totals

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A low pressure system lifted across the central Rockies and rapidly intensified over the High Plains Monday morning.   A moist westerly flow out ahead of this system put one to two feet of snow down in the northwest mountains over the weekend.  A few thunderstorms blossomed ahead of the system across south and central Wyoming Sunday afternoon and evening.   As the storm wound up over the Nebraska panhandle, strong north wind and snow showers erupted across central and eastern Wyoming.   The heaviest snow fell in the northern Bighorn Mountains and on Casper Mountain where amounts ranged from 8 to 12 inches.  The Casper area fared well from this storm also with 3 to 7 inches Sunday night and Monday morning.


 

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Snowfall Totals March 29-31, 2014
County Station Name Snowfall
Big Horn Bald Mountain Snotel 11
Big Horn Bone Springs Divide Snotel 7
Big Horn Shell Creek Snotel 3
Fremont Hobbs Park Snotel 9
Fremont Deer Park Snotel 8
Fremont Brooks Lake 7
Fremont South Pass Snotel 7
Fremont Cold Springs Snotel 6
Fremont Townsend Creek Snotel 4
Fremont St. Lawrence Alt Snotel 4
Fremont 6 SW Lander 3.3
Fremont Lander 3
Fremont 9 S Lander 3
Fremont Hudson 2
Fremont 9 SSE Lander 1
Fremont Little Warm Snotel 1
Hot Springs Owl Creek Snotel 1
Johnson Cloud Peak Reservoir Snotel 3
Johnson Hansen Sawmill Snotel 1
Johnson Bear Trap Meadow Snotel 1
Johnson Buffalo 0.2
Johnson 4 SSW Buffalo 0.1
Lincoln 5 NNE Thayne 5
Lincoln Willow Creek Snotel 4
Lincoln Cottonwood Creek Snotel 3
Lincoln 5 SSE Smoot 2
Lincoln 2 SE Thayne 2
Lincoln Commissary Ridge 2
Lincoln Kelley Ranger Station Snotel 2
Lincoln Blind Bull Summit 2
Lincoln Spring Creek Divide Snotel 1
Lincoln Blind Bull Summit Snotel 1
Natrona Casper Mountain 8-12
Natrona 7 S Casper 8.5
Natrona Reno Hill Snotel 8
Natrona 2 S Casper 7.3
Natrona 4 WSW Casper 7.2
Natrona 5 SSW Casper 7
Natrona Casper 4-7
Natrona Paradise Valley 6.7
Natrona 2 SW Casper 5
Natrona Casper Airport 3.1
Natrona Grave Spring Snotel 3
Park Wolverine Snotel 16
Park Evening Star Snotel 14
Park Beartooth Lake Snotel 12
Park Blackwater Snotel 12
Park Marquette Snotel 10
Park Kirwin Snotel 7
Park Timber Creek Snotel 6
Park Pahaska 4
Park 26 SW Cody 1.8
Park 5 ESE Cody 1
Park 2 WSW Cody 1
Park 1 W Cody 0.1
Sublette Big Sandy Opening Snotel 3
Sublette Larsen Creek Snotel 3
Sublette Gunsite Pass Snotel 1
Sublette Triple Peak Snotel 1
Sublette Loomis Park Snotel 1
Sublette Pocket Creek Snotel 1
Sublette Pinedale 0.4
Sublette 14 NW Pinedale 0.2
Teton Grassy Lake Snotel 19
Teton Jackson Hole-Rendezvous Bowl 18
Teton Jackson Hole-Raymer 17
Teton Grand Targhee-Chief Joseph 17
Teton Grand Targhee Snotel 17
Teton Jackson Hole-Mid 16
Teton Phillips Bench Snotel 13
Teton Togwotee Pass 9
Teton Togwotee Pass Snotel 8
Teton Togwotee Mountain Lodge 7
Teton Moose 5
Teton Snow King 4
Teton Base Camp Snotel 4
Teton 12 NE Jackson 3.5
Teton Gros Ventre Summit Snotel 3
Teton Darwin Ranch 1.5
Teton 2 SW Wilson 1.5
Teton 3 SSW Wilson 1.5
Teton 2 NE Teton Village 1.1
Teton Jackson Hole-Base 1.1
Teton Granite Creek Snotel 1
Washakie Middle Powder Snotel 8
Washakie 27 S Ten Sleep 4.6
Washakie Powder River Pass Snotel 4
Washakie Ten Sleep 0.8
Washakie 8 SW Worland 0.5
Washakie 1 W Worland 0.5
Yellowstone Thumb Divide Snotel 22
Yellowstone Parker Peak Snotel 19
Yellowstone Lewis Lake Divide Snotel 18
Yellowstone Sylvan Lake Snotel 16
Yellowstone Two Ocean Plateau Snotel 16
Yellowstone Sylvan Road Snotel 15
Yellowstone Old Faithful Ranger Station 12
Yellowstone Lamar Ranger Station 10.5
Yellowstone Canyon Snotel 9
Yellowstone Tower Falls Ranger Station 6

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March 29-31, 2014 Notable Wind Gusts
County Location Wind Gust (mph)
Big Horn  Greybull Airport 59
Fremont  N Wind River Mts (8333 ft)
66
Fremont  Red Canyon 56
Fremont  Beaver Rim 53
Fremont  7 SW Muddy Gap 53
Fremont  South Pass 51
Fremont  10 W Fort Washakie (9235 ft)
51
Fremont  2 W South Pass City (8185 ft)
49
Fremont  Lander Airport 49
Fremont  9 SW Lander (7085 ft)
48
Fremont  Riverton Airport 45
Hot Springs  Boysen Reservoir (7300 ft)
98
Hot Springs  10 S Meeteetse 45
Johnson  25 ESE Buffalo 54
Johnson  13 NNW Buffalo 54
Johnson  Buffalo Airport 53
Johnson  5 ESE Story 49
Johnson  7 SW Barnum (6440 ft)
45
Lincoln  Mt Coffin (10870 ft)  75
Lincoln  9 N Kemmerer (7129 ft)
45
Natrona  16 S Hiland  68
Natrona  19 N Casper  56
Natrona  Casper Airport  53
Natrona  2 SE Hiland  52
Natrona  8 S Casper (7740 ft)
 48
Natrona  7 W Alcova  46
Park  5 WNW Clark  89
Park Chief Joseph Hwy (8136 ft)
 80
Park  10 WNW Cody (8401 ft)
 73
Park  8 N Meeteetse  59
Park  1 W Clark  56
Park  Meeteetse  55
Park  8 S Clark  54
Park  Hoyt Peak (9800 ft)  53
Park  1 W Powell  48
Park Cody Airport  46
Sublette  21 W Big Piney (8200 ft)  77
Sublette  20 WSW Daniel
 48
Sweetwater  50 SE Rock Springs  53
Sweetwater  I-80 - Mile Marker 184  48
Sweetwater  1 NNE Green River  48
Sweetwater  I-80 - Mile Marker 142  47
Sweetwater  I-80 - Mile Marker 157  47
Sweetwater  5 E Rock Springs  45
Sweetwater  Rock Springs Airport 45
Teton Summit - JH Ski Resort  52
Washakie  Worlandl Airport  46
Yellowstone 1 W Grant Village (7874 ft)
70

 

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