Dec. 7 - Widespread Snow Across Central and Western Wyoming

A winter storm, associated with a cold front, progressed through the Cowboy State on Tuesday December 6th. During its passage, the storm caused widespread snowfall across portions of Western, and Central Wyoming. Totals from this storm are summarized below, as of 7pm MST on December 6th.
Snowfall Reports
December 6, 2005

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

  Location Snowfall (inches)
 TETON COUNTY  
Jackson Hole Ski Area Top 9
Phillips Bench* 6
Jackson Hole Ski Area Base 3
Snow King Resort 2
Moose 2
Jackson 1-2
   
 LINCOLN COUNTY  
Cottonwood Creek* 10
Indian Creek Summit* 10
Willow Creek* 10
Salt River Summit* 8
Spring Creek Divide* 8
Alpine Junction 8
Etna 6-8
Thayne 6.5
Star Valley Ranch 6
Smoot 4.5
Afton 4
Kelly R.S.* 4
Cokeville 3
Kemmerer 3
Fossil Butte National Monument 3
Bedford 2-3
Blind Bull Summit* 2
   
 SUBLETTE COUNTY  
Daniel 4
Pinedale 3
Big Piney 0.5
   
 FREMONT COUNTY  
Riverton 3
Hudson 2
Lander 1
   
 NATRONA COUNTY  
Casper 1
   
 JOHNSON COUNTY  
Powder River Pass* 6
Bear Trap Meadows* 5-6
Middle Powder* 3
Barnum 1
Buffalo 0.75
   
 BIG HORN COUNTY  
Shell Creek* 3
Bone Springs* 3
Bald Mountain* 3
Cowley 2
Otto 1
   
 HOT SPRINGS COUNTY  
Thermopolis 2
   
 PARK COUNTY  
Meeteetse 1
Cody 0.5
   
 WASHAKIE COUNTY  
Ten Sleep 5-6
   
 SWEETWATER COUNTY  
Point of Rocks 4
Farson 2
Rock Springs 2
Green River 1-2
   


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