October 19-20th - Snowfall Impacts Elevations Above 7000 Feet

 ...MODERATE SNOW AMOUNTS RECORDED IN AREAS ABOVE 7000 FEET...
A STRONG WINTER STORM SYSTEM MOVING THR0UGH WYOMING THURSDAY NIGHT
AND FRIDAY...BROUGHT SNOWFALL TO MAINLY THE HIGHER ELEVATIONS OF
THE WESTERN AND CENTRAL WYOMING. THE FOLLOWING ARE SNOWFALL AMOUNTS
AS OF 7 PM MDT FRIDAY. ALSO, CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINKS TO
VIEW THE MOST CURRENT SNOWFALL IMAGES.

HIGH RESOLUTION SNOWFALL MAP (792K)

LOW RESOLUTION SNOWFALL MAP (287K)


October 19-20th, 2006
County Station Name Snowfall
Big Horn Bald Mountain SNOTEL 8
Big Horn Bone Springs Divide SNOTEL 5
Big Horn Shell Creek SNOTEL 4
Fremont Hobbs Park SNOTEL 6
Fremont St Lawrence Alt SNOTEL 5
Fremont Townsend Creek SNOTEL 5
Fremont Deer Park SNOTEL 5
Fremont South Pass SNOTEL 4
Hot Springs Owl Creek SNOTEL 3
Johnson Middle Powder SNOTEL 3
Johnson Cloud Peak Reservoir SNOTEL 2
Johnson Hansen Sawmill SNOTEL 1
Lincoln Salt River Summit SNOTEL 3.5
Lincoln Hams Fork SNOTEL 2
Natrona Grave Springs SNOTEL 2
Park Evening Star SNOTEL 6
Park Parker Peak SNOTEL 6
Park Beartooth Mountain 5
Park Blackwater SNOTEL 4
Park Beartooth Lake SNOTEL 4
Park Marquette SNOTEL 4
Park Timber Creek SNOTEL 4
Park Burroughs Creek SNOTEL 3
Park Wolverine SNOTEL 3
Park Kirwin SNOTEL 3
Park Younts Peak SNOTEL 2
Sheridan Dome Lake SNOTEL 3
Sublette Elkhart Park Guard Station SNOTEL 3
Teton Grand Targhee Ski Area 7
Teton Phillips Bench SNOTEL 7
Washakie Powder River Pass SNOTEL 4
Yellowstone Lewis Lake Divide SNOTEL 4
Yellowstone Thumb Divide SNOTEL 4
Yellowstone Two Ocean Plateau SNOTEL 4
Yellowstone Canyon SNOTEL 2


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