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Total Snowfall As Of Tuesday

Public Information Statement

National Weather Service Riverton WY

200 PM MST Tue Feb 5 2019


…Snowfall Totals for Saturday through Tuesday…


More snow slammed into Western Wyoming overnight as a series of

Pacific storm systems have impacted the Intermountain West since

Saturday. The following snowfall totals are from Saturday morning

through noon Tuesday.


Observations are collected from a variety of sources with varying

equipment and exposures. We thank all volunteer weather observers

for their dedication. Not all data listed are considered official.


Note: SnoTELS (Snow Telemetry) are remote sensing sites in high

mountain watersheds. Snowfall data from SNOTELS are estimated based

on snow water equivalent.

Lincoln County…

Commissary Ridge…                 22 inches.

Blind Bull Summit Snotel…         17 inches.

Blind Bull Summit…                17 inches.

2 SE Thayne…                    16.7 inches.

Spring Creek Divide Snotel…       16 inches.

Cottonwood Creek Snotel…          15 inches.

Box Y Ranch…                      13 inches.

5 NNE Thayne…                   12.5 inches.

Star Valley Ranch…              12.2 inches.

Willow Creek Snotel…              12 inches.

Salt River Summit Snotel…         12 inches.

Indian Creek Snotel…              10 inches.

5 SSE Smoot…                     9.5 inches.

Kelley Ranger Station Snotel…      8 inches.

Hams Fork Snotel…                  8 inches.

3 SE Bedford…                      7 inches.

Afton…                           5.9 inches.

Alpine…                            5 inches.

3 S Fontenelle Dam…                1 inch.