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(Fremont County, Wyo.) – A late spring storm system brought significant snow across portions of western and central Wyoming Wednesday through early Saturday morning. Below are snowfall totals from various sources, as reported by the National Weather Service Office in Riverton. The final data is from Wednesday through Saturday morning reports.

Fremont County

  • Townsend Creek Snotel… 33 inches.
  • Hobbs Park Snotel… 31 inches.
  • South Pass Snotel… 29 inches.
  • Deer Park Snotel… 29 inches.
  • Atlantic City… 24.5 inches.
  • St. Lawrence Alt Snotel… 20 inches.
  • 9.5 SW Lander… 19 inches.
  • Sinks Canyon… 17 inches.
  • Sweetwater Station… 16.3 inches.
  • Cold Springs Snotel… 16 inches.
  • 9 SSE Lander… 15 inches.
  • 6 SW Lander… 14.8 inches.
  • 9 S Lander… 14.6 inches.
  • 7 SE Lander… 12 inches.
  • 7 WNW Lander… 10.9 inches.
  • Riverton Airport… 9.9 inches.
  • Brooks Lake… 9 inches.
  • Jeffrey City… 8 inches.
  • Lander Airport… 7.7 inches.
  • 3 SW Lander… 7.5 inches.
  • 4 W Riverton… 7 inches.
  • Little Warm Snotel… 6 inches.
  • Lander town… 2 to 6 inches.
  • Sweetwater Station… 5 inches.
  • Burroughs Creek Snotel… 5 inches.
  • Riverton… 4.8 inches.
  • Hudson… 4.5 inches.
  • Dubois… 3 inches.
  • 4 WSW Lander… 3 inches.
  • 2 W Riverton… 2 inches.
  • 9 NW Riverton… 2 inches.
  • Burris… 0.4 inches.