February 2-3, 2012 Snowfall Totals

 

A complex storm system brought a quick shot of snow to areas of
western and central Wyoming Thursday and Friday, with the heaviest
amounts falling along the eastern slopes of the Wind River
Mountains and Casper Mountain.

Reports can be submitted via our Facebook page or by calling
1-800-211-1448. Below are the reported snowfall totals as of noon Friday.

February 2-3, 2012 Snowfall Totals

County Station Name Snowfall
Fremont 9.5 SW Lander 17
Fremont Townsend Creek Snotel 17
Fremont St. Lawrence Alt Snotel 15
Fremont Hobbs Park Snotel 14
Fremont South Pass Snotel 12
Fremont 3 SW Lander 10.9
Fremont 1 SE Lander 9.3
Fremont Red Canyon 7.5
Fremont Lander Airport 7
Fremont 6 SW Lander 7
Fremont 7 SW Lander 7
Fremont Cold Springs Snotel 6
Fremont Deer Park Snotel 6
Fremont 1 WSW Lander 5
Fremont 1 W Lander 4.5
Fremont 1 N Lander 4
Fremont Jeffrey City 4
Fremont 2 N Lander 3.6
Fremont 6 SE Lander 3.5
Fremont Sweetwater Station 2.3
Fremont Little Warm Snotel 2
Fremont Dubois 0.2
Hot Springs Thermopolis 1
Hot Springs 1 SW Thermopolis 0.9
Hot Springs 9 NE Thermopolis 0.4
Lincoln 5 NNE Thayne 3
Lincoln Alpine 3
Lincoln Afton 1.5
Lincoln Fossil Butte 1
Natrona Casper Mountain 16-24
Natrona Reno Hill Snotel 10
Natrona 2 S Casper 3.8
Natrona 2 ENE Casper 3.6
Natrona 11 ESE Casper 3.5
Natrona 1 WSW Casper 3
Natrona 10 WSW Casper 3
Natrona Midwest 3
Natrona Casper WT Plant
2.9
Natrona 1 SW Casper 2.8
Natrona 4 WSW Casper 2.8
Natrona Martin's Cove 2
Natrona Powder River 1
Natrona Hiland 1
Natrona Casper Airport 0.6
Park 3 NE Sunshine 1.2
Park Pahaska 1
Park Meeteetse 0.6
Sweetwater Green River 3
Sweetwater Bairoil 3
Washakie 27 S Ten Sleep 1.1
Washakie 16 SSE Ten Sleep 0.4
Washakie 5 NNW Ten Sleep 0.3
Yellowstone Yellowstone East Entrance 1



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