Dec 26-27...Western Mountain Snowfall

Snow began falling Monday morning December 26th across Western Wyoming. Through Tuesday morning December 27th...the heaviest snowfall occurred in the Teton and Salt Ranges of far Western Wyoming where amounts averaged 6 to 11 inches.

CountyLocationSnowfall
Big Horn Bone Springs Divide SNOTEL 1
Fremont Brooks Lake Lodge 4
Fremont Deer Park SNOTEL 1
Johnson Cloud Peak Res. SNOTEL 3
Johnson Middle Powder SNOTEL 2
Johnson Bear Trap Meadow SNOTEL 1
Lincoln Cottonwood Creek SNOTEL 8
Lincoln Spring Creek Div. SNOTEL 6
Lincoln Indian Creek SNOTEL 6
Lincoln Salt River Summit SNOTEL 3
Lincoln Thayne 2
Natrona Grave Springs SNOTEL 2
Park Sylvan Lake SNOTEL 3
Park Pahaska 2
Park Canyon SNOTEL 2
Park East Entrance 2
Park Marquette SNOTEL 1
Park Evening Star SNOTEL 1
Park Kirwin SNOTEL 1
Park Blackwater SNOTEL 1
Park Parker Peak SNOTEL 1
Sheridan Dome Lake SNOTEL 1
Sublette Blind Bull Summit SNOTEL 6
Sublette Loomis Park SNOTEL 5
Sublette Kendall R. S. SNOTEL 4
Sublette White Pine Top 3
Sublette Big Sandy Opening SNOTEL 3
Sublette Snider Basin Snow SNOTEL 3
Sublette Elkhart Park G. S. SNOTEL 3
Sublette Boulder 2
Sublette Gunsight Pass SNOTEL 2
Sublette Big Sandy 1
Sweetwater Rock Springs 0.3
Teton Grand Targhee Ski Area 11
Teton Jackson Mid Mountain 9
Teton Jackson Raymer 9
Teton Grassy Lake SNOTEL 8
Teton Lewis Lake Divide SNOTEL 4
Teton Phillips Bench SNOTEL 4
Teton Moose 4
Teton Snake River Station SNOTEL 3
Teton Togwotee Mountain Lodge 3
Teton Jackson Base 3
Teton Base Camp SNOTEL 3
Washakie Powder River Pass SNOTEL 3



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