Snowfall Totals from February 5 and 6

Widespread snow developed Saturday morning, February 5 and continued into the early morning hours Sunday, February 6.  The snowfall was enhanced in some locations of Fremont and Natrona counties where persistent snowbands formed.  Only weak snowbands forming in unstable northerly flow remained by midday Sunday generating little additional accumulation.  The following are snowfall amounts from Saturday morning through midday Sunday.

Note:  SNOTELs are automated sensors and the amounts are estimates.

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Snowfall Amounts
County Station Name Snowfall
Big Horn Bone Springs Divide Snotel 6
Big Horn Bald Mountain Snotel 6
Big Horn 2 SSW Lovell 3
Big Horn Shell Creek Snotel 1.5
Fremont 6 SW Lander 10.2
Fremont 9 SSE Lander 10
Fremont Red Canyon 9.5
Fremont Hudson 6
Fremont Sinks Canyon 5.6
Fremont 7 ESE Kinnear 4.5
Fremont Lander Airport 4.2
Fremont Jeffrey City 4
Fremont Burroughs Creek Snotel 4
Fremont 1 WSW Lander 3.3
Fremont Riverton 3
Fremont Lander 3
Fremont Riverton 2.5
Fremont Riverton 2.3
Fremont Lander 2
Fremont Castle Creek Snotel 1
Fremont Dubois 0.2
Hot Springs Owl Creek Snotel 4.5
Johnson Little Goose Snotel 4.5
Johnson Cloud Peak Reservoir Snotel 4.5
Johnson 7 NE Buffalo 4.4
Johnson Soldier Park Snotel 3
Johnson Hansen Sawmill Snotel 1
Johnson Bear Trap Meadow Snotel 1
Johnson Buffalo 0.5
Lincoln 5 SSE Smoot 2
Natrona Reno Hill Snotel 16
Natrona Casper Mountain Snotel 4 to 12
Natrona Grave Spring Snotel 4.5
Natrona 11 WSW Casper 3
Natrona 11 ESE Casper 1.5
Natrona 2 S Casper 1.1
Natrona 4 WSW Casper 1
Park Kirwin Snotel 3
Park Beartooth Lake Snotel 3
Park 5 ESE Cody 3
Park Meeteetse 2.5
Park Cody 2
Park 2 WSW Cody 2
Park Pahaska 2
Park Evening Star Snotel 1.5
Park Blackwater Snotel 1.5
Park Timber Creek Snotel 1.5
Park Wolverine Snotel 1.5
Park Younts Peak Snotel 1
Park 3 NE Sunshine 0.8
Teton Moose T
Washakie Middle Powder Snotel 6
Washakie Powder River Pass Snotel 1.5
Washakie 16 SSE Ten Sleep 0.5
Yellowstone East Entrance Ranger Station 1


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