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Heavy Snow  Fell Across Much of Western, Central, and Southern Wyoming This Week

February 12th-13th, 2005 - What follows are storm total snowfall reports from selected areas across Central and Southern Wyoming from this week.  Most snow recorded reports beggining February 12th and ending in the late evening of February 13th. An asterisk (*) denotes SNOTEL/RAWS sites where snowfall amounts are determined by weighted water equivalent and average temperature.

SNOWFALL REPORTS

February 12-13, 2005
 Location  
BIG HORN COUNTY Snowfall (Inches)
 Cowley 2
 
 FREMONT COUNTY  
 Deer Park* 13
 South Pass* 10
 Hobbs Park* 6
 Togwotee Pass* 5
 Little Warm* 5
 Cold Springs* 3
 Townsend Creek* 2
 St. Lawrence* 2
   
 JOHNSON COUNTY  
 Buffalo 3-6
   
 LINCOLN COUNTY  
 Spring Creek* 10
 Smoot 9
 1 Mile Southeast of Thayne 8.5
Cokeville 6-8
 Kemmerer 8
 Fossil Butte 7.5
 Alpine 2
   
 NATRONA COUNTY  
 Mills 1
 Casper Mountain* 2
   
 PARK COUNTY  
 Grassy Lake* 13
 Snake River* 10
 Beartooth Lake * 9
 Wolverine * 8
 Thumb Divide* 8
 Evening Star * 8
 Parker Peak* 6
 Sylvan Lake* 5
 Wapiti 5.8
 Crandall 5.5
 Canyon* 4
 6 Miles Northeast of Cody 3.5
 Heart Mountain 2.8
 Clark 2.3
 6 Miles West of Clark 2
 SUBLETTE COUNTY  
 Gros Ventre Sum * 11
 Snider Basin*/font> 10
 Big Sandy Open* 7
 Gunsight Pass* 6
 3 Miles Northwest of Bondurant 6
 1 Mile North of Pinedale 1.5
   
 TETON COUNTY  
 Blind Bull * 12
 Phillips Bench* 9
 Jackson 3
   

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