Special Weather Statement
Issued by NWS Riverton, WY

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Special Weather Statement
National Weather Service Riverton WY
135 AM MST Mon Nov 20 2017

WYZ001-202300-
Yellowstone National Park-
Including the cities of Lake, Mammoth, and Old Faithful
135 AM MST Mon Nov 20 2017

A few flurries this morning will give way to periods of light snow
this afternoon, continuing into Tuesday morning before decreasing
significantly. Snowfall accumulations will generally range from 2
to 5 inches in the mountains and a trace to an inch or two in the
Valleys. Heaviest snow will be found above 7500 feet. Travelers
are urged to watch for rapid changes in visibility as well as
slick and snow covered roads.


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WYZ012-024-202300-
Teton and Gros Ventre Mountains-Salt River and Wyoming Ranges-
135 AM MST Mon Nov 20 2017

A few flurries this morning will give way to periods of light to
occasionally moderate snow this afternoon, continuing into
Tuesday morning before decreasing significantly. Snowfall accumulations
will generally range from 3 to 6 inches with a few favored
locations above 8500 feet seeing up to 9 inches. Travelers are
urged to watch for rapid changes in visibility as well as slick
and snow covered roads.

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WYZ002-014-015-202300-
Absaroka Mountains-Wind River Mountains West-
Wind River Mountains East-
135 AM MST Mon Nov 20 2017

A few flurries this morning will give way to periods of light snow
this afternoon, continuing into Tuesday morning before decreasing
significantly. Snowfall accumulations will generally range from 2
to 5 inches with a few favored locations above 8500 feet seeing
up to 7 inches. Travelers are urged to watch for rapid changes in
visibility as well as slick and snow covered roads.

$$

WYZ013-023-202300-
Jackson Hole-Star Valley-
Including the cities of Jackson, Afton, Alpine,
Star Valley Ranch, and Thayne
135 AM MST Mon Nov 20 2017

Periods of light snow, rain mixed with snow, or even all rain is
expect to arrive this afternoon, continuing into Tuesday morning
before decreasing significantly. Snowfall accumulations will
generally range from a half inch to 2 inches with localized areas
receiving up to 3 inches. Heaviest snow will be found above 6500
feet later this afternoon and evening. Travelers are urged to
watch for rapid changes in visibility as well as slick, icy or
snow covered roads.


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