Snowfall Totals - March 18-19, 2010

A late-season Canadian winter storm system brought significant accumulating snowfall to much of central and southwest Wyoming between Thursday afternoon and early Friday evening. After moderate to heavy early Friday morning snow, another disturbance brought additional snowfall during much of the afternoon and early evening. The heaviest snowfall of one to almost two feet fell around Lander and the adjacent east slopes of the southern Wind River Range. High-resolution and low-resolution storm total snowfall maps are available to view. A complete tabular listing of snowfall reports from this event is given below.

LOCATION                              SNOWFALL

BIG HORN COUNTY...
BONE SPRINGS DIVIDE SNOTEL... 3 INCHES.

FREMONT COUNTY...
TOWNSEND CREEK SNOTEL... 22 INCHES.
SINKS CANYON... 20 INCHES.
ST. LAWRENCE ALT SNOTEL... 19 INCHES.
RED CANYON... 18 INCHES.
SOUTH PASS SNOTEL... 18 INCHES.
HOBBS PARK SNOTEL... 17 INCHES.
COLD SPRINGS SNOTEL... 17 INCHES.
LANDER 5WSW... 15.6 INCHES.
LANDER 5.7 SW... 13.5 INCHES.
DEER PARK SNOTEL... 13 INCHES.
LANDER 0.9 W... 12 INCHES.
LANDER AIRPORT... 11.9 INCHES.
LANDER 3SW... 11.3 INCHES.
FORT WASHAKIE... 10 INCHES.
LANDER... 9.5 INCHES.
LANDER 6.0 SE... 8.5 INCHES.
HUDSON... 7.1 INCHES.
LANDER (TOWN)... 7 INCHES.
BURROUGHS CREEK SNOTEL... 6 INCHES.
RIVERTON 2W... 4.8 INCHES.
RIVERTON... 3 TO 5 INCHES.
LITTLE WARM SNOTEL... 3 INCHES.
RIVERTON ASOS... 2.8 INCHES.
PAVILLION... 2 INCHES.
SWEETWATER STATION 2E... 2 INCHES.
DUBOIS 9.7 WNW... 1.2 INCHES.
RIVERTON 10NW... 1 INCH.
CROWHEART... 1 INCH.
SHOSHONI... 0.5 INCHES.

HOT SPRINGS COUNTY...

JOHNSON COUNTY...
CLOUD PEAK RESERVOIR SNOTEL... 11 INCHES.
BEAR TRAP MEADOW SNOTEL... 10 INCHES.
HANSEN SAWMILL SNOTEL... 6 INCHES.
BUFFALO 4.1 SSW... 0.5 INCHES.
BUFFALO 0.4 NNE... 0.5 INCHES.
KAYCEE 17 NNW... 0.2 INCHES.

LINCOLN COUNTY...
INDIAN CREEK SNOTEL... 12 INCHES.
SPRING CREEK DIVIDE SNOTEL... 7 INCHES.
COTTONWOOD CREEK SNOTEL... 6 INCHES.
WILLOW CREEK SNOTEL... 6 INCHES.
HAMS FORK SNOTEL... 6 INCHES.
KELLEY RANGER STATION SNOTEL... 5 INCHES.
SALT RIVER SUMMIT SNOTEL... 4 INCHES.
BLIND BULL SUMMIT SNOTEL... 3 INCHES.
KEMMERER... 1 TO 3 INCHES.
KEMMERER 20.5 NNW... 0.5 INCHES.

NATRONA COUNTY...
GRAVE SPRING SNOTEL... 11 INCHES.
CASPER MOUNTAIN SNOTEL... 10 INCHES.
CASPER 7S... 9 INCHES.
RENO HILL SNOTEL... 8 INCHES.
MILLS... 5.8 INCHES.
CASPER 4.4 WSW... 5.6 INCHES.
CASPER 10SW... 5.5 INCHES.
CASPER 4.3 WSW... 5.3 INCHES.
CASPER 10.7 ESE... 5.2 INCHES.
CASPER 1.6 S... 4.2 INCHES.
CASPER 9.7 WSW... 4 INCHES.
CASPER 2.7 NNE... 3.5 INCHES.
CASPER AIRPORT... 3 INCHES.
CASPER 1.1 WSW... 2.4 INCHES.
CASPER 10.1 SSE... 1 INCH.
POWDER RIVER... 0.8 INCHES.

PARK COUNTY...
MARQUETTE SNOTEL... 12 INCHES.
TIMBER CREEK SNOTEL... 6 INCHES.

SUBLETTE COUNTY...
LA BARGE... 7 INCHES.
SNIDER BASIN SNOTEL... 7 INCHES.
MARBLETON... 6 INCHES.
LA BARGE 5NW... 6 INCHES.
MARBLETON 4NE... 3.5 INCHES.
PINEDALE 1N... 3 INCHES.
TRIPLE PEAK SNOTEL... 2 INCHES.
PINEDALE 13.8 NW... 2 INCHES.
BOULDER 2E... 0.5 INCHES.

SWEETWATER COUNTY...
ROCK SPRINGS 3W... 4.3 INCHES.
ROCK SPRINGS 0.6 W... 3 INCHES.
ROCK SPRINGS 7.1 SSE... 2.8 INCHES.
GREEN RIVER 0.2 WSW... 2.5 INCHES.
ROCK SPRINGS 0.5 E... 2.4 INCHES.
GREEN RIVER... 1.5 INCHES.

TETON COUNTY...
TOGWOTEE PASS SNOTEL... 6 INCHES.

WASHAKIE COUNTY...
POWDER RIVER PASS SNOTEL... 8 INCHES.
BIG TRAILS 19SW... 5 INCHES.
TEN SLEEP 26.6 S... 2.8 INCHES.

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK...
PARKER PEAK SNOTEL... 3 INCHES.

 



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