Nov. 27 - Heavy Snow Impacts Region

A winter storm moved through the region beginning the evening of Friday, November 25th. As this system moved eastward, it continued to drop moderate amounts of snowfall in its path. The reports below are as of 11am on Sunday, November 27th.

Snowfall Reports
November 25-26, 2005

*denotes remote SNOTEL site - snowfall determined by weighted water equivalent and average temperature

  Location Snowfall (inches)
 PARK COUNTY  
Sylvan Lake* 7
Parker Peak* 7
Canyon* 6
Evening Star* 5
Beartooth Lake* 3
Marquette* 3
Wolverine* 2
   
 TETON COUNTY  
Phillips Bench* 8
Lewis Lake Divide* 8
Grassy Lake* 8
Sylvan Lake * 7
Snake River Station* 6
Jackson Hole 5
Thumb Divide* 4
Moose 4
   
 LINCOLN COUNTY  
Spring Creek Divide* 9
Cottonwood Creek* 8
Willow Creek* 8
Smoot 8
Kelly* 6
Hams Fork* 5
Salt River Summit 5
Indian Creek* 5
Snider Basin* 5
Triple Peak* 5
Cokeville 3
Star Valley Ranch 3
Kemmerer 3
Thayne 2.5
   
 SUBLETTE COUNTY  
Big Sandy* 8
Elkhart Park* 8
Loomis Park* 7
Kendall Ranger Station 7
New Fork Lake* 6
Blind Bull Summit 5
Pinedale 1 Mile North 5
Gunsite Pass* 3
Snider Basin 2
Gros Ventre Summit* 1
   
 FREMONT COUNTY  
Togwotee Pass* 10
Deer Park* 4
South Pass* 3
Kinnear 9.2 Miles East 3
Riverton National Weather Service Office 1.9
Pavilion 8.6 Miles Northeast 1.5
Little Warm* 1
Boysen Dam 1
Lander 0.1
Hobbs Park* Trace
Townsend Creek Trace
   
 JOHNSON COUNTY  
Middle Powder*  12
Bear Trap Meadow* 7
Cloud Peak* 4
Buffalo 1-2
   
 NATRONA COUNTY  
Casper Mountain*  15
Casper 13 Miles Southwest 11
Grave Springs* 7
Midwest 5
Casper 4-5
   
 WASHAKIE COUNTY  
Powder River Pass*
Ten Sleep 4.7 Miles Northeast 3
Worland 1
   
 BIG HORN COUNTY  
Shell Creek*  6
Bald Mountain* 5
Bone Springs Divide* 4
   
 SWEETWATER COUNTY  
 Rock Springs  1
   


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