Western Wyoming Snowfall on April 2-3

A moist, westerly flow of Pacific air moved across western Wyoming Thursday and Thursday night. The heaviest snow fell across the higher elevations of the Teton Mountains and Yellowstone National Park with snowfall totals ranging from 10 to 16 inches. Snowfall amounts in the Salt River and Wyoming Ranges of southwestern Wyoming ranged from 5 to 11 inches. Lower elevations of western Wyoming received 2 to 5 inches of wet snow. Snow totals listed below were reported through 9 AM MDT, April 3rd.

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Snowfall Totals for 4/02 - 4/03

County Station Name Snowfall
Fremont Brooks Lake Lodge 5
Fremont Burroughs Creek Snotel 3
Lincoln Willow Creek Snotel 10.5
Lincoln Cottonwood Creek Snotel 9
Lincoln Spring Creek Divide Snotel 9
Lincoln Kelley Ranger Station Snotel 9
Lincoln Blind Bull Summit 8
Lincoln Blind Bull Summit Snotel 7.5
Lincoln Indian Creek Snotel 7.5
Lincoln Salt River Summit Snotel 7.5
Lincoln Box Y Ranch 7
Lincoln Hams Fork Snotel 6
Lincoln Thayne 1 SE 5.2
Park Blackwater Snotel 9
Park Beartooth Lake Snotel 4.5
Sublette Triple Peak Snotel 7.5
Sublette Snider Basin Snotel 6
Sublette East Rim Divide Snotel 3
Teton Jackson Hole - Raymer 16
Teton Jackson Hole - Mid 13
Teton Jackson Hole - Base 6
Teton Togwotee Pass 3
Teton Snow King Ski Area 2.1
Yellowstone Lewis Lake Divide Snotel 16
Yellowstone Sylvan Lake Snotel 15
Yellowstone Thumb Divide Snotel 14.5
Yellowstone Sylvan Road Snotel 10.5
Yellowstone Canyon Snotel 6
Yellowstone Two Ocean Plateau Snotel 6



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