Mar 12th - Winter Storm Takes Aim on Casper

A complex low pressure system moved across southern and central Wyoming on Sunday, March 12th, leaving a swath of snowfall along its track.  The heaviest snow fell in the Casper area where widespread reports of 8 to 12 inches were tallied.

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Snowfall Totals for March 12, 2006

CountyStation NameSnowfall
Fremont Lander Airport 3.5
Fremont Jeffrey City 3.5
Fremont Lander 5 Southwest 3
Fremont Hudson 2.5
Fremont Riverton 1
Fremont Sweetwater Station 1
Fremont Dubois 1
Fremont Riverton 10 Southeast 0.1
Johnson Kaycee 2.5
Johnson Barnum 2
Johnson Kaycee 17 Northwest 1
Johnson Buffalo 1
Lincoln Fossil Butte 2
Natrona Mills 12
Natrona Casper 10 Southwest 10
Natrona Casper Paradise Valley 9.7
Natrona Casper 10 West 9.3
Natrona Casper Mountain SNOTEL 8.1
Natrona Casper 6 to 8
Natrona Casper Mountain 7
Natrona Casper 7 West 6.1
Natrona Casper 4 Southwest 4.7
Natrona Kaycee 19 Southwest 4
Natrona Hiland 1.5
Sweetwater Rock Springs 3 to 5
Sweetwater Granger 4
Sweetwater Point of Rocks 4
Sweetwater Wamsutter - 35 North 3.5
Sweetwater Rock Springs Airport 3


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