Dec. 2 - Snowfall Impacts Western and Southern Wyoming

A winter storm pushed through the Western Mountains and Valleys from Thursday December 1 until the morning of Friday, December 2nd. As this storm progressed, it dropped significant amounts of snow in its path. The table below summarizes snowfall totals from this event.

Snowfall Reports
December 1-2, 2005

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

  Location Snowfall (inches)
 TETON COUNTY  
Granite Creek* 33
Lewis Lake Divide 23
Phillips Bench* 22
Grant Targhee Ski Area 17
Base Camp* 16
Jackson Hole Ski Area 16
Moose 15
Grassy Lake* 14
Jackson 1 Mile South 10-12
Snake River Station* 10
Snow King Ski Area 10
Jackson 8-10
   
 LINCOLN COUNTY  
Spring Creek Divide* 20
Triple Peak* 20
Willow Creek* 20
Cottonwood Creek* 13
Box Y Ranch 11
Cokeville 10-12
Fossil Butte National Monument 8
Alpine 8
Smoot 5 Miles South 8
Smoot 6 Miles South 6-8
Sage 6 (through 11am Thursday)
Salt River Pass 13 Miles South 6
Kemmerer 7 Miles West 6
Bedford 4-5
Smoot 4-5
Thayne 4
Cokeville 4
Afton 3-4
Kemmerer 3-4
Opal 1.5
   
 PARK COUNTY  
Two Ocean Plateau* 20
Younts Peak* 16
Parker Peak* 13
Sylvan Lake* 10
Sylvan Road* 9
Pahaska 6.5
Crandall Creek 6
Canyon* 6
Sunlight Basin 1
   
 SUBLETTE COUNTY  
Snider Basin* 16
Elkhart Park* 15
Kendall Ranger Station* 14
Big Sandy* 12-13
New Fork Lake* 11
Gros Ventre Summit* 10
Cora 20 Miles North 10-12
Gunsite Pass* 9
Daniel 7 Miles North 7
White Pine Ski Area 6
Big Piney 5-6
Pinedale 2.5
Boulder 3 Miles Southeast 1
   
 FREMONT COUNTY  
Togwotee Pass* 17
Deer Park* 11
Burroughs Creek* 15
Togwotee Pass Lodge 9
South Pass* 8
Lava Mountain Lodge 6-8
   
 SWEETWATER COUNTY  
Granger 3
Green River 1
Rock Springs <1
   


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