Mar. 20 - Weekend Storm Impacts Wyoming

A winter storm system impacted Central and Western Wyoming beginning on the evening of March 18th, and continued through the morning hours of March 20th. Below is a summary of total snowfall accumulations across the region, as of 12pm on March 20th.

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March 19-20

CountyGeneral Station NameSnowfall
Big Horn Cowley 1.5
Big Horn Lovell 1.2
Fremont Lander 10.3
Fremont Lander 5 Southwest 9.3
Fremont Hudson 8.3
Fremont Martin’s Cove 6
Fremont Riverton 5.1
Fremont Lander 5
Fremont Dubois 10 Northwest 5
Fremont Sixth Crossing 4.5
Fremont Riverton 10 Southeast 4.3
Fremont Lander 4
Fremont Lander Airport 4
Fremont Dubois 3.5
Fremont Riverton Airport 3.5
Fremont Dubois 2.5
Fremont Jeffrey City 1
Fremont Boysen Dam 0.5
Fremont Shoshoni 0.2
Hot Springs Thermopolis 2
Hot Springs Thermopolis 16 Northwest 1.3
Johnson Buffalo 7 Northeast 4.5
Johnson Kaycee 17 Northwest 3.5
Johnson Buffalo 2.8
Lincoln Afton 12 South 1
Lincoln Thayne 0.7
Lincoln Thayne 4 Northeast 0.4
Natrona Arminto 5
Natrona Casper Outer Drive 3.8
Natrona Casper 10 West 2.8
Natrona Midwest 2
Natrona Casper 3 Northeast 2
Natrona Casper 4 Southwest 1.5
Park Meeteetse 3.1
Park Cody 3
Park Cody 6 Northeast 3
Park Cody 2.6
Park Sunlight Basin 2.5
Park Crandall Creek 0.8
Sweetwater Red Desert 2.5
Teton Moose 1
Washakie Ten Sleep 16 Southeast 3.4
Washakie Ten Sleep 5 North 3


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