Snow Continues to Impact Central Wyoming

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A trough of low pressure continues to swing through the state today. As it moves through, it continues to bring snowfall across portions of central and southern Wyoming. Some snowfall will be significant with this event. Snowfall is expected to be heaviest around the Casper area, and along the eastern slopes of the Wind River Mountains and along the Lander foothills due to an upslope component. Stay tuned to NWS Riverton's page and ongoing winter highlights for additional information on snow accumulations and timing.

Snowfall of 2 to 5 inches is expected over the lower elevations, including Natrona, Fremont, and Sweetwater counties. Additional snowfall of 6 to 10 inches is anticipated over the eastern slopes of the Wind River Mountains and Casper Mountain. Below is a graphic of anticipated snowfall accumulations by 5 am Monday morning (2/20/2012).

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