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A quick storm system brought heavy snow across western Wyoming and some strong winds east of the Divide late Friday night through the day Saturday. The Tetons received between 10 and 20 inches of snow from this system while Jackson Hole and Star Valley received between 3 and 6 inches.
Teton Pass Saturday Afternoon
|County||Location||Wind Gust (mph)
|Lincoln||Mount Coffin (10870 FT)
|Park||Hoyt Peak (9800 FT)||68|
|Fremont||7 SW Muddy Gap (7380 FT)
|Natrona||16 S Hiland (6380 FT)
|Park||Chief Joseph HWY (8136 FT)
|Fremont||Red Canyon (6768 FT)
|Fremont||7 NW Lander (5797 FT)||58|
|Natrona||15 N Casper (5677 FT)
|Teton||Jackson Resort (10318 FT)||56|
|Park||10 WNW Cody (8401 FT)||56|
|Fremont||Beaver Rim (6784 FT)||56|
|Natrona||Casper Airport (5320 FT)||53|
|Park||8 S Clark (4710 FT)||52|
|Park||5 WNW Clark (4659 FT)||50|
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