Dec. 13 - Brief heavy snowfall impacts Central Wyoming

A quick burst of heavy snowfall produced several inches of snow across Central Wyoming Tuesday afternoon and early evening. The heaviest amounts of 3 to 5 inches were in the Thermopolis...Lander and Casper areas...with as much as a foot in the southern end of the Bighorn Mountains. Check out the following links for a map of these snowfall amounts (low resolution, high resolution).  The following table also shows snowfall amounts in a tabular format.

December 13th, 2005
CountyStation NameSnowfall
Big Horn Bone Springs Divide 5
  Shell Creek 4
Bald Mountain 4
Fremont Lander 0.8 WSW 5
Lander 0.4 NNE 5
Lander 1.7 N 5
Lander ASOS 4.5
Lander Downtown 4
Lander 4.1 SSW 3.5
Riverton 0.86 S 2.8
Togwotee Pass 2.5
Hudson 0.5 S 2
Cold Springs 2
Lander 4.9 WSW 2
Sweetwater Station 1.3
Riverton ASOS 1.2
Boysen COOP 1
Jeffrey City COOP 1
Hobbs Park 1
Riverton COOP 0.9
Hot Springs Thermopolis 5
Thermopolis 0.62 E 3.5
  Thermopolis 16.0 WNW 3.2
  Owl Creek 1
Johnson Middle Powder 5
Cloud Peak Res. 3
Hansen Sawmill 2.5
Bear Trap Meadow 1.4
Kaycee 17 E 0.5
Lincoln Smoot 4.6 SSE 4
Smoot 3
Thayne 2.2
Triple Peak 2
Spring Creek Div. 1
Natrona Arminto 21 N 12
Casper Mountain Snow 6
Casper 10SW 5
Casper 1 SW 5
Casper 11.7 WSW 4
Casper 4.4 WSW 3.2
Casper ASOS 2.8
Casper 1.0 NE 2.5
Casper 0.5 W 2.3
Arminto 1
Park Sylvan Road 3
Beartooth Lake 1
Teton Grand Targhee SA 11
Jackson Raymer 1.3
Washakie Powder River Pass 3
Tensleep 18 SSE 2



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