May 10th Precipitation Totals

The first of two storm systems affected western and central Wyoming Sunday night and Monday.  This system produced significant rainfall and snowfall with Fremont and Natrona Counties the hardest hit.  Some snow fell in the lower elevations, but most of the precipitation was in the form of rain.  Above 7000 feet, the precipitation was predominately snow.  The southern Bighorns were hardest hit with over a foot of snow reported.  Casper Mountain, central and northern Bighorns, and the eastern Wind River mountains including South Pass generally received 3 to 6 inches or less of new snow.  Below are precipitation reports gathered through 6 p.m. Monday evening with several reports only through about 7 a.m. Monday morning.

Precipitation Amounts
County Station Name Rainfall
Big Horn Deaver 0.46
Fremont Lander ASOS 0.68
Fremont Jeffrey City 0.66
Fremont 6 SE Lander 0.64
Fremont 2 N Lander 0.56
Fremont Riverton ASOS 0.54
Fremont Hudson 0.51
Fremont Wind River 0.39
Fremont Camp Creek 0.37
Fremont Riverton 0.36
Fremont Anderson Ridge 0.31
Johnson Kaycee 0.96
Johnson 17 E Kaycee 0.88
Johnson Buffalo ASOS 0.8
Johnson 17 NNW Kaycee 0.48
Johnson Poker Creek 0.26
Johnson Billy Creek 0.23
Lincoln 21 NNW Kemmerer 0.49
Lincoln 1 N Kemmerer 0.15
Lincoln 7 E Kemmerer 0.14
Natrona 12 NE Lysite 0.78
Natrona Midwest 0.57
Natrona Fales Rock 0.54
Natrona Powder River School 0.42
Natrona Casper ASOS 0.37
Natrona 4 WSW Casper 0.21
Sublette Snider Basin 0.28
Sublette Big Piney ASOS 0.27
Sweetwater Snow Springs Creek 0.47
Sweetwater 5 N Farson 0.47
Sweetwater Rock Springs ASOS 0.34
Washakie 27 S Ten Sleep 0.65
Washakie Split Rock Creek 0.47
Washakie Worland ASOS 0.05



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