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Watches & Warnings

Winter Weather Advisory
Issued: 7:46 PM MST Jan. 23, 2017 – National Weather Service

... Winter Weather Advisory in effect until noon MST Tuesday...

The National Weather Service in Riverton has issued a Winter
Weather Advisory for snow... which is in effect until noon MST
Tuesday.

* Timing... periods of snow through Tuesday morning. The heaviest
snow will fall tonight before tapering off by midday Tuesday.

* Snow totals so far... around 2 inches at Crowheart and DuBois as
of 7 PM.

* Snowfall totals... 3 to 5 inches.

* Visibility... quarter to half mile in moderate to heavy snowfall.

* Main impact... roads will be slick and snow packed and travel
could be difficult at times.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means periods of snow will
cause primarily travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow covered
and slick roads with limited visibilities. Slow down, and allow
extra time to reach your destination. Check the latest Road
conditions at wyoroad.Info or by dialing 5 1 1.





Special Statement
Issued: 1:13 PM MST Jan. 23, 2017 – National Weather Service

... Periods of snow this evening through Tuesday morning...

A strong upper level disturbance will continue to rotate across
northern and central Wyoming through Tuesday while a cold front
pushes into central Wyoming this evening. This will bring
widespread light to occasionally moderate snow showers to near all
of central Wyoming tonight... with heaviest snowfall found from
this evening through early Tuesday morning... tapering off by mid
day. Total snowfall accumulation across the upper Wind River
basin through Tuesday will generally range from 2 to 4 inches
with the highest amounts found east of DuBois near Crowheart.



113 PM MST Mon Jan 23 2017

... Periods of snow this evening through Tuesday morning...

A strong upper level disturbance will continue to rotate across
northern and central Wyoming through Tuesday while a cold front
pushes into central Wyoming this evening. This will bring
widespread light to occasionally moderate snow showers to near all
of central Wyoming tonight... with heaviest snowfall found from
this evening through early Tuesday morning... tapering off by mid
day. Total snowfall accumulation across the upper Wind River
basin through Tuesday will generally range from 2 to 4 inches
with the highest amounts found east of DuBois near Crowheart.



113 PM MST Mon Jan 23 2017

... Periods of snow this evening through Tuesday morning...

A strong upper level disturbance will continue to rotate across
northern and central Wyoming through Tuesday while a cold front
pushes into central Wyoming this evening. This will bring
widespread light to occasionally moderate snow showers to near all
of central Wyoming tonight... with heaviest snowfall found from
this evening through early Tuesday morning... tapering off by mid
day. Total snowfall accumulation across the upper Wind River
basin through Tuesday will generally range from 2 to 4 inches
with the highest amounts found east of DuBois near Crowheart.



Public Information Statement
Issued: 8:18 PM MST Jan. 23, 2017 – National Weather Service


... Preliminary snowfall reports for Sunday night and Monday...

Updated to add a few new snowfall reports.

Below is a collection of snowfall reports through early Monday
evening. Several snowfall reports below are only through about 7 or
8 am Monday. Snotel sites are through around 3 PM. So far it appears
central and southern Lincoln County was the hardest hit from this
winter storm.

Note: 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...
South Pass snotel... 4 inches.
Deer Park snotel... 4 inches.
Brooks Lake Lodge... 3 inches.
Townsend creek snotel... 2 inches.
Atlantic City... 2 inches.
1 NW Crowheart... 2 inches.
DuBois... 1.5 inches.
Riverton... 1.5 inches.
Riverton Airport... 1.3 inches.
Brooks Lake... 1 inch.
Little warm snotel... 1 inch.
Cold Springs snotel... 1 inch.
Burroughs creek snotel... 1 inch.
Hobbs Park snotel... 1 inch.
Jeffrey City... 0.5 inches.

Hot Springs County...
Owl Creek snotel... 1 inch.

Johnson County...
Buffalo... 0.2 inches.

Lincoln County...
hams Fork snotel... 10 inches.
Cokeville... 9 inches.
Indian Creek snotel... 8 inches.
Spring Creek Divide snotel... 8 inches.
Alpine... 7.5 inches.
Kelley Ranger station snotel... 7 inches.
Box y ranch... 7 inches.
Star Valley ranch... 6.5 inches.
Blind bull Summit snotel... 6 inches.
Salt River Summit snotel... 6 inches.
Star Valley ranch... 6 inches.
2 se Thayne... 5.2 inches.
Willow Creek snotel... 5 inches.
Diamondville... 5 inches.
Commissary Ridge... 5 inches.
Cottonwood Creek snotel... 5 inches.
2 NW Afton... 4 inches.
5 SSE Smoot... 3 inches.
Afton... 3 inches.
Blind bull Summit... 2 inches.

Natrona County...
Casper Mountain snotel... 2 inches.
Casper Airport... 0.3 inches.
4 WSW Casper... 0.2 inches.

Park County...
Blackwater snotel... 1 inch.

Sublette County...
Larsen creek snotel... 8 inches.
Triple Peak snotel... 8 inches.
Big Sandy Opening snotel... 8 inches.
Snider Basin snotel... 8 inches.
East Rim Divide snotel... 5 inches.
Loomis Park snotel... 5 inches.
Bondurant... 4.3 inches.
Daniel Fish Hatchery... 4 inches.
13 NE Big Piney... 4 inches.
Kendall Ranger station snotel... 3 inches.
Pinedale... 3 inches.
New Fork Lake snotel... 3 inches.
Elkhart Park g.S. Snotel... 3 inches.
Boulder rearing station... 2 inches.
Gunsite pass snotel... 1 inch.

Sweetwater County...
Burntfork... 6 inches.
Wamsutter... 2.5 inches.
Green River... around 1 inch.
4 NNW Rock Springs... 0.9 inches.
Rock Springs... 0.5 to 1 inch.

Teton County...
Jackson Hole - rendezvous bowl... 8 inches.
Phillips bench snotel... 7 inches.
Jackson Hole - Raymer... 6.5 inches.
Granite creek snotel... 6 inches.
Jackson Hole - Mid Mountain... 5 inches.
Grand targhee - chief Joseph... 4 inches.
5 NW Jackson... 3.5 inches.
Togwotee Pass snotel... 3 inches.
Grand targhee snotel... 3 inches.
Grassy Lake snotel... 3 inches.
2 NE Teton Village... 3 inches.
Togwotee Mountain Lodge... 3 inches.
Jackson Hole - base... 2 inches.
Jackson dam... 1.9 inches.
Moose... 1.8 inches.
Darwin ranch... 1.1 inches.
Snow King... 1 inch.
1 NNW Alta... 1 inch.
Gros ventre Summit snotel... 1 inch.
Base Camp snotel... 1 inch.
Snake River stn snotel... 1 inch.

Washakie County...
16 SSE Ten Sleep... 0.8 inches.
Ten Sleep... 0.1 inches.

Yellowstone National Park...
Lewis Lake Divide snotel... 3 inches.
Snake River Ranger station... 1 inch.
Canyon snotel... 1 inch.
Parker Peak snotel... 1 inch.



0818 PM MST Mon Jan 23 2017


... Preliminary snowfall reports for Sunday night and Monday...

Updated to add a few new snowfall reports.

Below is a collection of snowfall reports through early Monday
evening. Several snowfall reports below are only through about 7 or
8 am Monday. Snotel sites are through around 3 PM. So far it appears
central and southern Lincoln County was the hardest hit from this
winter storm.

Note: 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...
South Pass snotel... 4 inches.
Deer Park snotel... 4 inches.
Brooks Lake Lodge... 3 inches.
Townsend creek snotel... 2 inches.
Atlantic City... 2 inches.
1 NW Crowheart... 2 inches.
DuBois... 1.5 inches.
Riverton... 1.5 inches.
Riverton Airport... 1.3 inches.
Brooks Lake... 1 inch.
Little warm snotel... 1 inch.
Cold Springs snotel... 1 inch.
Burroughs creek snotel... 1 inch.
Hobbs Park snotel... 1 inch.
Jeffrey City... 0.5 inches.

Hot Springs County...
Owl Creek snotel... 1 inch.

Johnson County...
Buffalo... 0.2 inches.

Lincoln County...
hams Fork snotel... 10 inches.
Cokeville... 9 inches.
Indian Creek snotel... 8 inches.
Spring Creek Divide snotel... 8 inches.
Alpine... 7.5 inches.
Kelley Ranger station snotel... 7 inches.
Box y ranch... 7 inches.
Star Valley ranch... 6.5 inches.
Blind bull Summit snotel... 6 inches.
Salt River Summit snotel... 6 inches.
Star Valley ranch... 6 inches.
2 se Thayne... 5.2 inches.
Willow Creek snotel... 5 inches.
Diamondville... 5 inches.
Commissary Ridge... 5 inches.
Cottonwood Creek snotel... 5 inches.
2 NW Afton... 4 inches.
5 SSE Smoot... 3 inches.
Afton... 3 inches.
Blind bull Summit... 2 inches.

Natrona County...
Casper Mountain snotel... 2 inches.
Casper Airport... 0.3 inches.
4 WSW Casper... 0.2 inches.

Park County...
Blackwater snotel... 1 inch.

Sublette County...
Larsen creek snotel... 8 inches.
Triple Peak snotel... 8 inches.
Big Sandy Opening snotel... 8 inches.
Snider Basin snotel... 8 inches.
East Rim Divide snotel... 5 inches.
Loomis Park snotel... 5 inches.
Bondurant... 4.3 inches.
Daniel Fish Hatchery... 4 inches.
13 NE Big Piney... 4 inches.
Kendall Ranger station snotel... 3 inches.
Pinedale... 3 inches.
New Fork Lake snotel... 3 inches.
Elkhart Park g.S. Snotel... 3 inches.
Boulder rearing station... 2 inches.
Gunsite pass snotel... 1 inch.

Sweetwater County...
Burntfork... 6 inches.
Wamsutter... 2.5 inches.
Green River... around 1 inch.
4 NNW Rock Springs... 0.9 inches.
Rock Springs... 0.5 to 1 inch.

Teton County...
Jackson Hole - rendezvous bowl... 8 inches.
Phillips bench snotel... 7 inches.
Jackson Hole - Raymer... 6.5 inches.
Granite creek snotel... 6 inches.
Jackson Hole - Mid Mountain... 5 inches.
Grand targhee - chief Joseph... 4 inches.
5 NW Jackson... 3.5 inches.
Togwotee Pass snotel... 3 inches.
Grand targhee snotel... 3 inches.
Grassy Lake snotel... 3 inches.
2 NE Teton Village... 3 inches.
Togwotee Mountain Lodge... 3 inches.
Jackson Hole - base... 2 inches.
Jackson dam... 1.9 inches.
Moose... 1.8 inches.
Darwin ranch... 1.1 inches.
Snow King... 1 inch.
1 NNW Alta... 1 inch.
Gros ventre Summit snotel... 1 inch.
Base Camp snotel... 1 inch.
Snake River stn snotel... 1 inch.

Washakie County...
16 SSE Ten Sleep... 0.8 inches.
Ten Sleep... 0.1 inches.

Yellowstone National Park...
Lewis Lake Divide snotel... 3 inches.
Snake River Ranger station... 1 inch.
Canyon snotel... 1 inch.
Parker Peak snotel... 1 inch.


0818 PM MST Mon Jan 23 2017


... Preliminary snowfall reports for Sunday night and Monday...

Updated to add a few new snowfall reports.

Below is a collection of snowfall reports through early Monday
evening. Several snowfall reports below are only through about 7 or
8 am Monday. Snotel sites are through around 3 PM. So far it appears
central and southern Lincoln County was the hardest hit from this
winter storm.

Note: 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...
South Pass snotel... 4 inches.
Deer Park snotel... 4 inches.
Brooks Lake Lodge... 3 inches.
Townsend creek snotel... 2 inches.
Atlantic City... 2 inches.
1 NW Crowheart... 2 inches.
DuBois... 1.5 inches.
Riverton... 1.5 inches.
Riverton Airport... 1.3 inches.
Brooks Lake... 1 inch.
Little warm snotel... 1 inch.
Cold Springs snotel... 1 inch.
Burroughs creek snotel... 1 inch.
Hobbs Park snotel... 1 inch.
Jeffrey City... 0.5 inches.

Hot Springs County...
Owl Creek snotel... 1 inch.

Johnson County...
Buffalo... 0.2 inches.

Lincoln County...
hams Fork snotel... 10 inches.
Cokeville... 9 inches.
Indian Creek snotel... 8 inches.
Spring Creek Divide snotel... 8 inches.
Alpine... 7.5 inches.
Kelley Ranger station snotel... 7 inches.
Box y ranch... 7 inches.
Star Valley ranch... 6.5 inches.
Blind bull Summit snotel... 6 inches.
Salt River Summit snotel... 6 inches.
Star Valley ranch... 6 inches.
2 se Thayne... 5.2 inches.
Willow Creek snotel... 5 inches.
Diamondville... 5 inches.
Commissary Ridge... 5 inches.
Cottonwood Creek snotel... 5 inches.
2 NW Afton... 4 inches.
5 SSE Smoot... 3 inches.
Afton... 3 inches.
Blind bull Summit... 2 inches.

Natrona County...
Casper Mountain snotel... 2 inches.
Casper Airport... 0.3 inches.
4 WSW Casper... 0.2 inches.

Park County...
Blackwater snotel... 1 inch.

Sublette County...
Larsen creek snotel... 8 inches.
Triple Peak snotel... 8 inches.
Big Sandy Opening snotel... 8 inches.
Snider Basin snotel... 8 inches.
East Rim Divide snotel... 5 inches.
Loomis Park snotel... 5 inches.
Bondurant... 4.3 inches.
Daniel Fish Hatchery... 4 inches.
13 NE Big Piney... 4 inches.
Kendall Ranger station snotel... 3 inches.
Pinedale... 3 inches.
New Fork Lake snotel... 3 inches.
Elkhart Park g.S. Snotel... 3 inches.
Boulder rearing station... 2 inches.
Gunsite pass snotel... 1 inch.

Sweetwater County...
Burntfork... 6 inches.
Wamsutter... 2.5 inches.
Green River... around 1 inch.
4 NNW Rock Springs... 0.9 inches.
Rock Springs... 0.5 to 1 inch.

Teton County...
Jackson Hole - rendezvous bowl... 8 inches.
Phillips bench snotel... 7 inches.
Jackson Hole - Raymer... 6.5 inches.
Granite creek snotel... 6 inches.
Jackson Hole - Mid Mountain... 5 inches.
Grand targhee - chief Joseph... 4 inches.
5 NW Jackson... 3.5 inches.
Togwotee Pass snotel... 3 inches.
Grand targhee snotel... 3 inches.
Grassy Lake snotel... 3 inches.
2 NE Teton Village... 3 inches.
Togwotee Mountain Lodge... 3 inches.
Jackson Hole - base... 2 inches.
Jackson dam... 1.9 inches.
Moose... 1.8 inches.
Darwin ranch... 1.1 inches.
Snow King... 1 inch.
1 NNW Alta... 1 inch.
Gros ventre Summit snotel... 1 inch.
Base Camp snotel... 1 inch.
Snake River stn snotel... 1 inch.

Washakie County...
16 SSE Ten Sleep... 0.8 inches.
Ten Sleep... 0.1 inches.

Yellowstone National Park...
Lewis Lake Divide snotel... 3 inches.
Snake River Ranger station... 1 inch.
Canyon snotel... 1 inch.
Parker Peak snotel... 1 inch.



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