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

March 23-24th, 2005 - What follows are storm total snowfall reports from selected areas across Central and Western Wyoming from this week.  Most snow recorded reports beginning March 23rd and ending in the late afternoon of March 24th.

SNOWFALL REPORTS

March 23-24, 2005
 Location  
NATRONA COUNTY Snowfall (Inches)
 Mills 6.5
 Casper - 4 Miles South 6.2
 Casper Mountain 3 - 7
 West of Kaycee 3.5 - 4
 Kaycee - 12 Miles North 3
 Casper 2.7 - 3
 Kaycee 2 - 3
 
 PARK COUNTY  
 Cody - 3 Miles West 6.3
 Cody - East Northeast 1.5 - 5
 West Clark 2
 Powell 0.5 - 1
   
 FREMONT COUNTY  
 Lander - 4 Miles Southwest 6
 West Dubois 5
 Lander 5
 Riverton 4.1
 Sinks Canyon 4
 Hudson 3
 Dubois 2.5
 Riverton - 30 Miles North 1
   
 SUBLETTE COUNTY  
 White Pine 12
 Daniel - 8 Miles North 12
 Daniel 10
 Big Piney - Airport 9 - 12
Pinedale 8 - 12
 Big Piney 8 - 9
 Pinedale - 1 Mile North 8
 Boulder 6
 Marbleton 3 - 4
 Bondurant 2.9
   
 SWEETWATER COUNTY  
 Rock Springs 7.5
 Farson 2 - 3
   
 TETON COUNTY  
 Jackson Hole 8 - 9
 Grand Targhee 7
 Snow King 3 - 7
 LINCOLN COUNTY  
 Thayne - 1 Mile Southeast 5
 Afton 4.5
 La Barge 3
 Kemmerer 2.5
   
 WASHAKIE COUNTY  
 Ten Sleep - 16 Miles South Southeast 2.4
   
 HOT SPRINGS COUNTY  
 Thermopolis 1.5
   
 JOHNSON COUNTY  
 Barnum 2 - 3
 Buffalo 1.5
   
 BIG HORN COUNTY  
 Cowley 2 - 2.5
   

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