June 13th - Rain and Snow Totals (updated)

A slow-moving, very moist, and unseasonably cool 
Pacific storm system continues to bring widespread
significant rain and mountain snow to many areas of
central Wyoming.

The following storm total rainfall figures are for the
duration of the storm, since Saturday, June 12th.
Rainfall Totals June 12-13
CountyStation NameRainfall
Big HornGreybull ASOS0.48
FremontSinks Canyon2.21
Fremont4 WSW Lander2.1
Fremont11 SSE Lander1.95
FremontLander ASOS1.77
Fremont2 W Riverton1.57
FremontRiverton ASOS1.52
Fremont2 SE Riverton1.43
FremontCamp Creek1.16
FremontJeffrey City0.65
FremontWind River0.42
Hot SpringsGrass Creek Divide0.15
JohnsonPoker Creek1.23
JohnsonBuffalo ASOS0.38
JohnsonSchool House0.15
LincolnKemmerer 3WNW0.66
LincolnFossil Butte0.54
NatronaCasper Mountain1.69
NatronaPathfinder Dam1.46
NatronaCasper ASOS1.37
Natrona1 SW Casper1.28
NatronaFales Rock1.18
ParkRattlesnake Mountain0.23
SubletteSnider Basin0.56
SubletteBig Piney ASOS0.03
Sweetwater4 NE Bitter Creek1.15
SweetwaterSnow Springs Creek0.59
SweetwaterRock Springs ASOS0.45
Sweetwater1 SE Green River0.43
TetonBurro Hill0.03
WashakieSplit Rock Creek0.84
WashakieLeigh Creek0.54
WashakieWorland ASOS0.33


Snowfall Totals June 12-13, 2010
County Station Name Snowfall
Fremont Townsend Creek Snotel 17
Fremont Hobbs Park Snotel 16
Fremont Deer Park Snotel 16
Fremont South Pass Snotel 14
Fremont Cold Springs Snotel 8
Fremont St. Lawrence Alt Snotel 7
Fremont Little Warm Snotel 3

* The above 24 hour snow amounts were estimated from mountain
Snotel (SNO-wpack TEL-emetry). This snowfall data is estimated and
should be used with caution.

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