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Public Information Statement
National Weather Service Riverton WY
0158 PM MST Tue Apr 04 2017


...Updated Snowfall Totals for Monday night and Tuesday morning...

An area of heavy snow developed over the Wind River Basin Monday
night and continued through Tuesday morning. Snowfall totals through
about 11 AM ranged from 9 to 11 inches from Riverton to Lander.

Observations are collected from a variety of sources with varying
equipment and exposures. Not all data listed are considered
official. SnoTELs (Snow Telemetry) are remote sensing sites in high
mountain watersheds. Snowfall data from SNOTELS are estimated based
on snow water equivalent.

Location                              Snowfall

Fremont County...
 6 SW Lander...                    11.4 inches.
 3 SW Lander...                      11 inches.
 Lander Airport...                 10.7 inches.
 Riverton...                        9.7 inches.
 St. Stephens...                    9.5 inches.
 Lander...                          6-9 inches.
 Hudson...                            9 inches.
 2 W Riverton...                      8 inches.
 Hobbs Park Snotel...                 7 inches.
 2 W Riverton...                    6.5 inches.
 1 N Lander...                      5.9 inches.
 Cold Springs Snotel...               4 inches.
 6 N Riverton...                    3.3 inches.
 Townsend Creek Snotel...             3 inches.
 Riverton Airport...                2.6 inches.
 9 SSE Lander...                    2.4 inches.
 St. Lawrence Alt Snotel...           2 inches.
 Shoshoni...                          2 inches.
 South Pass Snotel...                 1 inch.
 Dubois...                            1 inch.
 Deer Park Snotel...                  1 inch.
 Brooks Lake...                     0.1 inches.

Hot Springs County...
 Thermopolis...                     1.2 inches.

Johnson County...
 17 NNW Kaycee...                     2 inches.
 4 SSW Buffalo...                   0.2 inches.

Lincoln County...
 5 SSE Smoot...                       2 inches.
 Star Valley Ranch...               1.5 inches.
 3 SE Bedford...                    1.5 inches.
 2 SE Thayne...                       1 inch.
 Afton...                           0.9 inches.
 Blind Bull Summit...               0.1 inches.
 Commissary Ridge...                0.1 inches.

Natrona County...
 Reno Hill Snotel...                  1 inch.
 3 WSW Casper...                    0.5 inches.
 1 S Casper...                      0.2 inches.
 10 WSW Casper...                   0.2 inches.
 Casper Airport...                  0.1 inches.

Park County...
 2 WSW Cody...                        2 inches.
 Pahaska...                           2 inches.
 3 NE Sunshine...                   1.6 inches.
 4 SE Cody...                       0.1 inches.

Teton County...
 Jackson Hole - Rendezvous Bowl...    8 inches.
 3 SSW Wilson...                      6 inches.
 Jackson Hole - Raymer...           5.5 inches.
 Grand Targhee - Chief Joseph...      4 inches.
 Jackson Hole - Mid Mountain...       4 inches.
 5 NW Jackson...                      2 inches.
 Togwotee Mountain Lodge...           2 inches.
 Jackson...                           2 inches.
 Togwotee Pass Snotel...              2 inches.
 Jackson Hole - Base...               2 inches.
 2 NE Teton Village...              1.5 inches.
 12 NE Jackson...                   1.5 inches.

Washakie County...
 Ten Sleep...                       0.8 inches.


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