Preliminary Snowfall Totals for November 10 & 11th

A Pacific winter storm provided the area with some mountain snow Saturday night and Sunday.  The most snow occurred across the higher elevations of northwest Wyoming where 6 to 10 inches fell.  The Wind River and Bighorn mountains generally saw 3 to 6 inches of snow.  Lower elevations had mainly rain from this system with Jackson Hole and Star Valley receiving generally between 0.20 and 0.50 inches.  The lower elevations east of the Divide had little or no precipitation from this system.  Click on the links below to see the latest snowfall maps.

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Preliminary Snowfall Amounts
County General Station Name Snowfall
Big Horn Shell Creek SNOTEL 2
Fremont Deer Park SNOTEL 4
Fremont South Pass SNOTEL 3
Fremont Hobbs Park SNOTEL 2
Fremont Cold Springs SNOTEL 2
Hot Springs Owl Creek SNOTEL 4
Johnson Cloud Peak Reservoir SNOTEL 4
Johnson Hansen Sawmill SNOTEL 3
Lincoln Indian Creek SNOTEL 4
Lincoln Kelly Ranger Station SNOTEL 2
Lincoln Triple Peak SNOTEL 2
Lincoln Cottonwood Creek SNOTEL 2
Park Blackwater SNOTEL 8
Park Evening Star SNOTEL 7
Park Beartooth Lake SNOTEL 6
Park Marquette SNOTEL 4
Park Sylvan Road SNOTEL 3
Park Younts Peak SNOTEL 3
Park Wolverine SNOTEL 2
Sublette Gunsight Pass SNOTEL 4
Sublette Blind Bull Summit SNOTEL 4
Sublette Big Sandy Opening SNOTEL 4
Teton Phillips Bench SNOTEL 7
Teton Grand Targhee 7
Teton Togwotee Mountain Lodge 6
Teton Granite Creek SNOTEL 3
Washakie Powder River Pass SNOTEL 3
Yellowstone Grassy Lake SNOTEL 10
Yellowstone Lewis Lake Divide SNOTEL 8
Yellowstone Snake River Ranger Station 6
Yellowstone Thumb Divide SNOTEL 5
Yellowstone Sylvan Lake SNOTEL 3


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