Snowfall Amounts for December 1st

December 1, 2007.  A complex winter storm system brought significant snowfall across the central Rockies into southeast Wyoming Friday and Saturday.  West and central Wyoming remained mainly on the outer edges of the most significant precipitation swath with the highest snowfall amounts recorded across south and east central Wyoming.  The following are preliminary snowfall totals as of 7 PM on December 1, 2007.

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Snowfall December 1, 2007
County General Station Name Snowfall
Big Horn Shell Creek SNOTEL 2
Fremont Deer Park SNOTEL 8
Fremont South Pass SNOTEL 7
Fremont Hobbs Park SNOTEL 7
Fremont Riverton 3
Fremont Townsend Creek SNOTEL 3
Fremont Riverton 2.3
Fremont Riverton Weather Office 2.3
Fremont Dubois 2
Fremont Lander Airport 2
Johnson Middle Powder SNOTEL 3
Lincoln Fossil Butte 4.3
Natrona Mills 4
Natrona Casper Outer Drive 3.7
Natrona Grave Springs SNOTEL 3.6
Natrona Casper 10 Southwest 3.3
Natrona Casper Mountain SNOTEL 3
Natrona Casper 3
Natrona Casper Airport 2.5
Natrona Casper 3 Northeast 2
Sublette Big Sandy Opening SNOTEL 4
Sweetwater Green River 3.5
Sweetwater Rock Springs 3
Washakie Powder River Pass SNOTEL 3
Washakie Worland 2.5


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