October 9-10, 2009 Snowfall and Record Lows

Another surge of cold Canadian air brought more snowfall to parts of Western and Central Wyoming throughout the day on October 9th, 2009.  In addition to the snowfall, a number of record low temperatures were set on the morning of October 10th.

 

Snowfall totals, October 9-10, 2009:

County Station Name Snowfall
Big Horn Shell Creek Snotel 4
Fremont Brooks Lake Lodge 10
Fremont Riverton 2W 7
Fremont South Pass Snotel 6
Fremont Fort Washakie 7N 6
Fremont Deer Park Snotel 6
Fremont Townsend Creek Snotel 6
Fremont Riverton

6

Fremont Riverton 1.5 E 5.6
Fremont St. Lawrence Alt Snotel 5
Fremont Little Warm Snotel 5
Fremont Lander 3SW 4
Fremont Hobbs Park Snotel 4
Fremont Burroughs Creek Snotel 4
Fremont Kinnear 2ENE 1
Fremont Sinks Canyon 0.5
Hot Springs Owl Creek Snotel 4
Hot Springs Thermopolis 3
Hot Springs Thermopolis 2.5
Johnson Buffalo 15SW 5
Johnson Buffalo 13WSW 5
Johnson Buffalo 7NNW 4
Johnson Kaycee 17 NNW 3
Johnson Buffalo 2
Johnson Mayoworth 1
Johnson Buffalo 0.5
Lincoln Thayne 4.2 NNE 4.2
Natrona Casper 2S 8.5
Natrona Casper 0.5 N 4.1
Natrona Casper 10SW 8
Natrona Casper 11.7 SW 7.5
Natrona Mills 7.5
Natrona Casper 2.1 NNE 6.5
Natrona Casper 1.6 S 6.8
Natrona Casper Mountain 6.5
Natrona Casper 4.3 WSW 6.1
Natrona Casper 4.4 WSW 5.6
Natrona Casper Airport 5.5
Natrona Casper Mountain Snotel 4
Natrona Casper 2.7 NNE 3.5
Park Marquette Snotel 4
Park Cody 3.8 SE 2
Sublette Big Sandy Opening Snotel 6
Sublette Gunsite Pass Snotel 6
Sublette Kendall Ranger Station Snotel 4
Sublette Pinedale 13.8 NW 2.1
Teton Togwotee Pass Snotel 6
Washakie Ten Sleep 26.6 S 4.8
Washakie Ten Sleep 4.8 NNW 4.1
Washakie Powder River Pass Snotel 4

 

Record Lows, Morning of October 10, 2009:

Location Morning Low Previous Record
Rock Springs 14 21 (1987)
Casper 11 14 (1982)
Lander 10 14 (1919)
Cody 7 8 (1919)
Worland 10 21 (1993)

 



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