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Mid November Snow Storm Recap

November 17, 2003 -  A strong mid-November storm system and an active jet stream transported a long fetch of moisture into western Wyoming on Sunday night and Monday, November 16-17.  Some residents of western Wyoming woke up on Monday morning buried beneath 6 to 12 inches of new fallen snow.  Snow tapered off to flurries by midday Monday.  The following storm-total snowfall amounts were reported on Sunday night and Monday morning, November 16-17:   

 
Snowfall
November 16-17, 2003

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

Location Snowfall (inches)
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK  
Two Ocean Plateau* 14
Grant Village 12
Lewis Lake* 12
South Entrance of Yellowstone National Park 12
Thumb Divide* 8
Old Faithful 7
Lake Village 3
East Entrance of Yellowstone National Park 3
Mammoth 1.5
ABSAROKA MOUNTAINS  
Beartooth Lake* 8
Evening Star (NE of East Entrance) 8
Black Water (SE of East Entrance) 6
Burroughs Creek 5
TETON COUNTY  
Phillips Bench (Teton Pass)* 14
Grand Targhee Ski Resort 13
Grassy Lake (Between South Entrance and Bechler)* 12
Glade Creek (N of Jackson Lake) 11
Huckleberry Divide (N of Jackson Lake) 9
Downtown Jackson 8
Gros Ventre Summit* 8
Moose 7
Moran 6
Togwotee Pass* 5
LINCOLN COUNTY  
Bedford 3 SE 10
Alpine 8
Afton 5-6
Cokeville 6
Kemmerer 2
SALT RIVER MOUNTAINS  
Blindbull 12
Kelley Ranger Station 12
Spring Creek* 11
Willow Creek* 11
Snider Basin 8
Box Y Ranch 7
WIND RIVER MOUNTAINS  
Deer Park (South Pass Area)* 14
Loomis Park (N of Cora) 14
Kendall (N of Cora) 12
South Pass 12
Big Sandy 8
Gunsight Pass* 7
Elkhart Park 6
Hobbs Park* 5

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