Final Snowfall Totals Across the Bighorn Mountains - April 27th through 830 AM April 29th

A VIGOROUS UPPER LEVEL LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM MOVED ACROSS NORTHERN WYOMING FRIDAY NIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY MORNING...BRINGING MODERATE TO HEAVY SNOW TO THE BIGHORN MOUNTAINS. SNOW HAS ENDED ACROSS MOST OF THE AREA...WITH THE REMAINING SHOWERS ENDING THIS AFTERNOON.

 

A WEAK RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE WILL BEGIN TO BUILD INTO THE REGION THIS AFTERNOON...KICKING OFF A WARMING AND DRYING TREND THAT WILL LAST INTO MONDAY. PERIODS OF UNSETTLED WEATHER ARE THEN EXPECTED TO CONTINUE THROUGH MUCH OF THE WEEK.

Snowfall Totals as of 5 AM April 29th
County Station Name Snowfall
Big Horn Bald Mountain Snotel 30
Big Horn Shell Creek Snotel 20
Big Horn Bone Springs Divide Snotel 12
Johnson Bear Trap Meadow Snotel 10
Johnson Cloud Peak Reservoir Snotel 7
Johnson Little Goose Snotel 5
Johnson Soldier Park Snotel 2
Johnson Hansen Sawmill Snotel 1
Natrona Grave Spring Snotel 12
Natrona Casper Mountain Snotel 8
Natrona Reno Hill Snotel 4
Natrona Casper Mountain 5.5
Washakie Middle Powder Snotel 17
Washakie Powder River Pass Snotel 14
Photo Courtesy: Reid Wolcott


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