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Winter Storm Brings Snow to West and Central Wyoming

 February 8, 2004 -  A low pressure system moved into Utah on Saturday, February 7th and dumped 4 to 8 inches of snow across much of the far west Wyoming.  The system then tracked across southern Wyoming Saturday night and Sunday; spreading 2 to 4 inches of snow across central Wyoming with as much as a foot of new snow southwest of Lander. 

Thanks to the help of our spotters and cooperative observers, we have compiled the following list of snowfall totals.

 
Snowfall Reports
February 7-8, 2004

*denotes remote SNOTEL site - snowfall determined by weighted water equivalent and average temperature

  Location Snowfall (inches)
 TETON COUNTY  
Grand Targhee Ski Resort 7
Snow King Ski Resort 4 to 6
Jackson Hole 4
Hoback Junction 2
   
 Yellowstone National Park  
Canyon 2
Grant Village 1.5
Old Faithful 1.5
Lake 1
Mammoth 1
Snake River 1
   
 LINCOLN COUNTY  
Afton 12
Thayne (0.5 miles SE) 8 to 9
Bedford (3 miles SE) 8
Star Valley Ranch 6.5
Cokeville 4 to 6
Alpine 5
Etna (4 miles SE) 4.5
Kemmerer 4
   
 SUBLETTE COUNTY  
Cora (2 miles NW) 5 to 6
White Pines Ski Area 6
Big Piney  4 to 6
Pinedale (1 mile N) 3.5
Bondurant 1.8
Boulder 1
   
 NATRONA COUNTY  
Casper Mountain 6
Casper 3
Martin's Cove 3
   
 FREMONT COUNTY  
Lander (10 miles S) 12
Lander (5 miles S) 6
Sweetwater Station 6
NWS Office Riverton 5.2
Downtown Lander 3
Riverton (9 miles NW) 3
Sixth Crossing 2.5
Hudson 2.4
Jeffrey City 2
Downtown Riverton 2
Shoshoni 1.3
Dubois 1
Riverton (30 miles N) 1
   
 HOT SPRINGS COUNTY  
Thermopolis 5 to 6
Wind River Canyon 2.5
   
 BIG HORN  COUNTY  
Antelope Butte Ski Area 8
   
 WASHAKIE COUNTY  
Worland 4
Big Trails (17 miles SW) 3 to 4
Tensleep 2
   
   
 

 

 

 

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