November 10 - Snow Storm Impacts Western and Central Wyoming

A series of upper level disturbances (beginning the evening of  11/8) caused snow storms across the western mountains and valleys, along with areas of central Wyoming, and into the Big Horn mountains. Snowfall totals are summarized below by county, and are current as of 11am MST on Friday November 10th.

Snowfall Amounts (as of 11am MST Friday 11/10)
CountyGeneral Station NameSnowfall
Big Horn Medowlark Lake 6
Big Horn Shell Creek SNOTEL 4
Big Horn Bone Springs Divide SNOTEL 3
Big Horn Bald Mountain SNOTEL 2
Big Horn Shell 1
Fremont South Pass SNOTEL 4
Fremont Deer Park SNOTEL 3
Fremont Hobbs Park SNOTEL 3
Fremont Togwotee Pass SNOTEL 3
Fremont St Lawrence Alt SNOTEL 2
Fremont Cold Springs SNOTEL 2
Fremont Riverton Airport 0.5
Hot Springs Owl Creek SNOTEL 2
Johnson Buffalo 16 Southwest 5.5
Johnson Buffalo 14 West 3.5
Johnson Bear Trap Meadow SNOTEL 2
Lincoln Triple Peak SNOTEL 6
Lincoln Spring Creek Divide SNOTEL 6
Lincoln Salt River Pass 13 South 5
Lincoln Hams Fork SNOTEL 4
Lincoln Indian Creek SNOTEL 4
Lincoln Cokeville 1.5
Natrona Grave Springs SNOTEL 3
Natrona Casper Mountain SNOTEL 2
Park Parker Peak SNOTEL 7
Park Beartooth Lake SNOTEL 6
Park Blackwater SNOTEL 5
Park Evening Star SNOTEL 5
Park Marquette SNOTEL 4
Park Sunlight Basin 3
Park Wolverine SNOTEL 2
Park Younts Peak SNOTEL 2
Park Crandall Creek 2
Sublette Big Sandy Opening SNOTEL 3
Sublette Snider Basin Snow SNOTEL 2
Washakie Powder River Pass SNOTEL 3
Yellowstone Sylvan Lake SNOTEL 4
Yellowstone Thumb Divide SNOTEL 2
Yellowstone Mammoth 1



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