March 15-16 - Snow Returns to the Far West Wyoming Mountains

A persistent westerly flow brought snowfall to far western and northwest Wyoming between 6:00 p.m. MDT Sunday and 6:00 p.m. MDT Monday.  The heaviest amounts fell in the higher terrain of southern Yellowstone National Park and adjacent mountains.  Warming temperatures allowed for snow levels to rise above the valley floors on Monday with little or no snow accumulation occurring in those areas.  The following SNOTEL totals were estimated from reports using a 12 to 1 snow to water equivalent ratio.

Click here to view a high resolution map of the snow or here to view a low resolution map.

Snowfall Query
County Station Name Snowfall
Fremont Burroughs Creek Snotel 5
Fremont Little Warm Snotel 2
Fremont Hobbs Park Snotel 1
Lincoln Blind Bull Summit Snotel 2
Lincoln Indian Creek Snotel 2
Park Blackwater Snotel 11
Park Evening Star Snotel 11
Park Beartooth Lake Snotel 6
Park Younts Peak Snotel 6
Park Kirwin Snotel 5
Park Wolverine Snotel 1
Sublette Kendall Rngr Stn Snotel 2
Sublette Gunsight Pass Snotel 2
Sublette Triple Peak Snotel 1
Sublette East Rim Divide Snotel 1
Sublette Loomis Park Snotel 1
Teton Grand Targhee Snotel 8
Teton Grassy Lake Snotel 8
Teton Base Camp Snotel 7
Teton Togwotee Pass Snotel 6
Teton Phillips Bench Snotel 6
Teton Jackson Hole - Raymer 6
Teton Gros Ventre Summ Snotel 5
Teton Jackson Hole - Mid 3
Teton Granite Creek Snotel 1
Teton Jackson Hole - Base 0.5
Yellowstone NP
Lewis Lake Divide Snotel 18
Yellowstone NP
Two Ocean Plateau Snotel 16
Yellowstone NP
Thumb Divide Snotel 12
Yellowstone NP
Parker Peak Snotel 8
Yellowstone NP
Sylvan Lake Snotel 7
Yellowstone NP
Sylvan Road Snotel 7
Yellowstone NP
Canyon Snotel 4


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