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A quick moving system will continue to bring snow to the state today, clearing from north to south through the night. Click Image to Enlarge The latest satellite trends show the focus of the activity shifting southwest during the afternoon.
Here are the snow reports we have received as of around 6PM on Monday:
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The latest satellite trends show the focus of the activity shifting southwest during the afternoon.
|Big Horn||Shell Creek Snotel||11|
|Big Horn||5 ENE Hyattville||8|
|Big Horn||26 E Lovell||7|
|Big Horn||Bone Springs Divide Snotel||7|
|Big Horn||Bald Mountain Snotel||6|
|Big Horn||1 SW Manderson||5|
|Big Horn||1 E Greybull||3.5|
|Big Horn||2 SSW Lovell||1.5|
|Fremont||9.5 SW Lander||13|
|Fremont||6 SW Lander||10|
|Fremont||4 SSW Lander||8.1|
|Fremont||9 SSE Lander||7-8|
|Fremont||4 ENE South Pass City||1|
|Hot Springs||15 SE Meeteetse||10|
|Hot Springs||Owl Creek Snotel||1|
|Johnson||Little Goose Snotel||10|
|Johnson||20 S Buffalo||7.1|
|Johnson||Cloud Peak Reservoir Snotel||6|
|Johnson||Soldier Park Snotel||6|
|Johnson||Hansen Sawmill Snotel||5|
|Johnson||Bear Trap Meadow Snotel||4|
|Johnson||1 NW Buffalo||3|
|Johnson||17 E Kaycee||2.8|
|Natrona||Powder River School||2.5|
|Natrona||Grave Spring Snotel||2|
|Park||3 NE Sunshine||9.6|
|Park||Timber Creek Snotel||5|
|Park||Beartooth Lake Snotel||4|
|Park||7 SW Cody||3.6|
|Park||Younts Peak Snotel||3|
|Park||2 WSW Cody||2|
|Washakie||2 S Big Trails||8.5|
|Washakie||27 S Ten Sleep||5|
|Washakie||Powder River Pass Snotel||4|
|Washakie||Middle Powder Snotel||2|
|Yellowstone||Old Faithful Ranger Station||3|
|Yellowstone||Lamar Ranger Station||2|
For more information on the storm, keep an eye on our latest Winter Storm Watch/Warning/Advisories.
A quick moving system will continue to bring snow to the state today, clearing from north to south through the night. Several inches of snow fell overnight across the Bighorn Basin, which has since tapered off to flurries with occasional bursts of light snow. This heavier snow moved south into Central Wyoming with the cold front early this morning...snow will taper off through the afternoon across Fremont and Natrona Counties. Eventually, the front will make it into southern Wyoming where a quick inch or two of snow is possible.
As clearing takes place tonight, expect widespread fog across much of the area in addition to record lows.
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The above animation shows the 6 hourly snow accumulation from the GFS model. The loop begins at 12Z Monday (or 6am Monday) and ends at 00Z Wednesday (or 6PM Tuesday)
Light Purple = Less than 1 inch of snow accumulation during the 6hr period
Gray = 1 to 2 inches
Yellow = 2 to 3 inches
Blue = 3 to 6 inches
|Location||Record Low for April 22nd||Forecast Low for Tonight|
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