Jan 28-29 - Western Wyoming Snowfall Totals

A moist Pacific Storm System plowed into western Wyoming Saturday afternoon and evening...dropping roughly 2 to 6 inches in the western valleys...with 6 to 10 inches in elevations above 7500 feet.  Click on the following links for snowfall maps with a detailed listing of the reports below.  We would like to thank all of our observers for these reports.

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The table below details the snow amounts. 

January 28-29th, 2006
Fremont Brooks Lake Lodge 5
Fremont Dubois 9 Northwest 1.2
Lincoln Thayne 6.5
Lincoln Alpine 4
Lincoln Indian Creek SNOTEL 4
Lincoln Box Y Ranch 4
Lincoln Salt River Summit SNOTEL 3
Lincoln Smoot 5 Southeast 3
Lincoln Willow Creek SNOTEL 3
Lincoln Kelly Ranger Station SNOTEL 3
Lincoln Hams Fork SNOTEL 3
Lincoln Thayne 4 Northeast 2.1
Park Canyon SNOTEL 2
Park East Entrance 1
Park Crandall 0.5
Sublette Blind Bull Summit 6
Sublette Blind Bull Summit SNOTEL 5
Sublette Snider Basin Snow SNOTEL 5
Sublette New Fork Lake SNOTEL 2
Sublette Pinedale 1.5
Sublette Marbleton 1
Sublette Pinedale 13 Southeast 1
Sublette Pinedale 9 Southeast 0.9
Sweetwater Rock Springs 0.5
Teton Jackson Raymer 11
Teton Phillips Bench SNOTEL 7
Teton Jackson Mid Mountain 7
Teton Togwotee Mountain Lodge 6
Teton Grassy Lake SNOTEL 5
Teton Snake River Station SNOTEL 5
Teton Jackson Base 4
Teton Moran 5 Northwest 4
Teton Moran 8 East 3
Teton Two Ocean Plateau SNOTEL 3
Teton Jackson 3
Teton Granite Creek SNOTEL 3
Teton Hoback Junction 1
Teton Thumb Divide SNOTEL 1

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