Winter Storm of February 19-21

Light snow fell across much of western and central Wyoming Friday night through Sunday Morning.  A few areas saw enhanced snowfall due to upslope flow.  Below are snowfall totals across western and central Wyoming.

 

 

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February 19-21 Snowfall
County Station Name Snowfall
Fremont Sinks Canyon 14
Fremont Lander Airport 9.5
Natrona Reno Hill Snotel 9
Fremont Lander (town) 8
Fremont Riverton 2W 8
Natrona Casper 4.4 WSW 7.3
Fremont Hudson 7
Natrona Casper 4.3 WSW 6.9
Fremont Lander 6
Fremont South Pass Snotel 6
Fremont Townsend Creek Snotel 6
Natrona Casper 7S 6
Natrona Casper Mountain Snotel 6
Fremont Lander 6.0 SE 5.5
Fremont Riverton ASOS 5.2
Hot Springs Thermopolis 3S 5
Fremont Riverton 4.3
Natrona Casper Airport 4.3
Fremont Dubois 4
Fremont Riverton 1.5 E 4
Natrona Casper 1.6 S 3.4
Natrona Casper 10SW 3.1
Park Sunshine 3NE 3.1
Fremont Sweetwater Station 3
Fremont Jeffrey City 3
Fremont Deer Park Snotel 3
Sublette Pinedale 13.8 NW 2.9
Sweetwater Rock Springs 7.1 SSE 2.6
Hot Springs Thermopolis 0.2 SSW 2.5
Park Meeteetse 0.1 NNE 2.5
Hot Springs Thermopolis 9NE 2.2
Fremont Sweetwater Station 2E 2
Fremont Dubois 9.7 WNW 2
Hot Springs Thermopolis 2
Natrona Casper 2.7 NNE 2
Sublette White Pine Ski Area 2
Teton Jackson Hole-Raymer 2
Teton Jackson Hole-Mid 2
Natrona Casper 10.7 ESE 1.7
Fremont Boysen Dam 1.5
Sweetwater Wamsutter 1.5
Washakie Ten Sleep 4.8 NNW 1.4
Sublette Pinedale 13 SE 1.2
Fremont St. Lawrence Alt Snotel 1
Natrona Midwest 1
Park Pahaska 1
Teton Moose 1
Park Cody 5.0 ESE 0.7
Washakie Ten Sleep 26.6 S 0.6
Big Horn Lovell 2.4 SSW 0.5
Johnson Kaycee 17 E 0.5
Park Cody 3.8 SE 0.5
Sweetwater Rock Springs 0.6 S 0.5
Sweetwater Rock Springs 0.5 E 0.5
Teton Jackson Hole-Base 0.5
Washakie Ten Sleep 16SSE 0.5



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