Light to Moderate Snow in Central and Western Wyoming 3/26-3/27

A cold front crossed Wyoming Friday, March 26th. Instability and moisture associated with the front produced snow showers across central and western Wyoming Friday and Friday evening. Moist upslope flow Friday night into  Saturday morning, March 27th, resulted in light to moderate snowfall accumulations along the east slopes of the Wind River Mountains, in the Bighorn Mountains and on Casper Mountain and Reno Hill.

Low Resolution Snowfall Map


High Resolution Snowfall Map

Snowfall March 26-27

County Station Name Snowfall
Big Horn Shell Creek Snotel 5
Big Horn Bone Springs Divide Snotel 3
Fremont Deer Park Snotel 6
Fremont South Pass 5
Fremont Hobbs Park Snotel 3
Fremont Townsend Creek Snotel 3
Fremont Brooks Lake Lodge 2
Fremont Sweetwater Station 2E 1
Fremont Red Canyon 0.7
Fremont Lander 5WSW 0.5
Fremont Red Canyon 0.5
Johnson Bear Trap Meadow Snotel 3
Johnson Cloud Peak Reservoir Snotel 3
Johnson Hansen Sawmill Snotel 2
Lincoln Willow Creek Snotel 4.5
Lincoln Cottonwood Creek Snotel 4.5
Lincoln Blind Bull Summit 3
Lincoln Blind Bull Summit Snotel 3
Lincoln Salt River Summit Snotel 3
Lincoln Box Y Ranch 1
Lincoln Smoot 4.9 SSE 1
Lincoln Thayne 4.2 NNE 0.2
Natrona Reno Hill Snotel 7
Natrona Casper Mountain Snotel 4.5
Natrona Casper 7S 3
Natrona Casper 10SW 2.1
Natrona Casper 9.7 WSW 1.5
Natrona Casper 1.6 S 0.5
Natrona Casper 10.7 ESE 0.4
Natrona Casper 4.3 WSW 0.3
Natrona Casper 2.7 NNE 0.3
Natrona Casper 4.4 WSW 0.2
Natrona Casper 1.1 WSW 0.2
Park Pahaska 2
Sheridan Dome Lake Snotel 2
Sheridan Big Goose Snotel 2
Sublette Triple Peak Snotel 3
Teton Phillips Bench Snotel 4.5
Teton Jackson Hole-Raymer 3
Teton Grand Targhee Snotel 2
Teton Jackson Hole-Mid 1.5
Teton Togwotee Pass Snotel 1.5
Teton Snow King Ski Area 1
Teton Togwotee Pass 1
Teton Jackson Hole-Base 0.3
Washakie Powder River Pass Snotel 3

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