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Old 02-14-2008
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Default Recent Storm (2-14-08)

We were supposed to have a weak storm last night only. Weather forecasters do nothing but guess at best out here...lol. Should be good riding this weekend.

Statement as of 9:59 am MST on February 14, 2008



A blizzard conditions hit southern Wyoming with high winds and heavy
snow Wednesday evening through Thursday. Storm total snowfall and
drifts as of 10 am Thursday February 14.

Location snowfall drifts

Big Horn County...
Shell Creek... 4.00 inches.

Fremont County...
Homestead Park... 14.50 inches.
Deer Park... 12.00 inches.
South Pass... 12.00 inches.
Townsend creek... 11.00 inches.
Hobbs Park... 9.00 inches.
St. Lawrence alt... 8.00 inches.
Red Canyon... 8.00 inches.
Hudson... 5.00 inches.
Lander ASOS... 4.70 inches.
Brooks Lake Lodge... 4.00 inches.
Lander Airport... 3.70 inches. 2 feet
Burroughs creek... 3.00 inches.
Jeffrey City... 3.00 inches.
Cold Springs... 3.00 inches.
Little warm... 2.00 inches.
Jeffrey City... 2.00 inches.
Sweetwater Station 2e... 1.00 inches. 1.5 feet
Riverton ASOS... 0.80 inch.
Riverton downtown... 0.30 inch.

Hot Springs County...
Owl Creek... 2.00 inches.

Johnson County...
Hansen Sawmill... 3.00 inches.
Cloud Peak Reservoir... 3.00 inches.

Lincoln County... (My Area)
blind bull Summit... 6.00 inches.
Box y ranch... 5.00 inches.
Thayne 1 se... 4.70 inches.
Thayne 4.2 NNE... 2.20 inches.


Natrona County...
Casper Mountain... 19.00 inches. 4 feet
Casper 10sw... 9.00 inches. 3 feet
Reno Hill... 9.00 inches.
Casper 4.3 WSW... 6.90 inches.
Casper ASOS... 4.30 inches.
Casper 3sw... 4.00 inches.
Casper Airport... 3.40 inches.
Grave Springs... 3.00 inches.
Casper... 3.00 inches.
Midwest... 1.00 inches.

Park County...
Beartooth Lake... 8.00 inches.
Evening Star... 8.00 inches.
Canyon... 6.00 inches.
Cody 7 SW... 6.00 inches.
Cody... 4.00 inches.
Cody 2.4 WSW... 2.00 inches.



Sublette County...
Big Sandy Opening... 5.00 inches.
Gunsight Pass... 5.00 inches.
Loomis Park... 5.00 inches.
White Pine base... 3.00 inches.
Pinedale 13.8 NW... 2.00 inches.
Elkhart Park g.S... . 2.00 inches.

Sweetwater County...
Green River... 9.00 inches. 2-6 feet
Rock Springs 15se... 9.00 inches. 3-6 feet
Rock Springs... 9.00 inches. 6-8 feet
Granger Post office... 8.00 inches. 3-4 feet
Point of Rocks 7ne... 7.00 inches. 2-3 feet
Wamsutter... 6.00 inches. 2 feet
Point of Rocks... 5.00 inches. 3-4 feet
buckboard Marina... 4.00 inches. 1 foot

Teton County...
Grassy Lake... 8.00 inches.
Jackson Hole-Raymer... 7.00 inches.
Lewis Lake Divide... 6.00 inches.
Two Ocean Plateau... 6.00 inches.
Base Camp... 5.00 inches.
Togwotee Pass... 5.00 inches.
Phillips bench... 5.00 inches.
Grand targhee... 4.00 inches.
Togwotee Pass... 4.00 inches.
Jackson Hole-mid... 4.00 inches.
Gros ventre Summit... 3.00 inches.
Jackson... 2.00 inches.
Snow King ski area... 2.00 inches.
Moose .4 S... 2.00 inches.
Jackson Hole-base... 1.00 inches.

Yellowstone National Park...
Snake River Ranger station... 4.00 inches.
Madison campground... 3.00 inches.
Lake Yellowstone... 2.00 inches.
East Entrance Ranger station... 1.00 inches.
West Entrance Ranger station... 1.00 inches.

Washakie County...
middle powder... 3.00 inches.
Powder River Pass... 2.00 inches.
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Very nice. Wyoming is getting pounded with snow this year. 400+ inches so far in a few areas, with base at those Snotel sites approaching 120 inches. A good March could turn this into an epic year!

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Very nice. Wyoming is getting pounded with snow this year. 400+ inches so far in a few areas, with base at those Snotel sites approaching 120 inches. A good March could turn this into an epic year!
Yeah it is. It just eased up here around 2:00 PM I shoveled thru 3-4' drifts in our driveway and we live in the valley. BTW drive was cleared 2 days ago.

Those snotel and trail reports aren't telling half the story, quite a lot of areas we've been riding have got 4-7' of base off trail. It's unreal this year. I've talked to some of the oldtime locals who say this is the snowiest winter in 20 years or more. I'm loving it, with any luck we'll be able to find snow all the way into May.

These are Final Totals for Storm(Wunderground.com statistics)

Statement as of 4:00 PM MST on February 14, 2008



Final snowfall totals for the blizzard of February 13th and 14th
Location snowfall

Big Horn County...
Shell Creek... 4.0 inches.

Fremont County...
Homestead Park... 14.5 inches.
South Pass... 12.0 inches.
Deer Park... 12.0 inches.
Townsend creek... 11.0 inches.
Hobbs Park... 9.0 inches.
Red Canyon... 8.0 inches.
St. Lawrence alt... 8.0 inches.
Hudson... 5.0 inches.
Brooks Lake Lodge... 4.0 inches.
Lander (town)... 4.0 inches.
Cold Springs... 3.0 inches.
Burroughs creek... 3.0 inches.
Jeffrey City... 3.0 inches.
Little warm... 2.0 inches.
NWS Riverton... 1.0 inches.
Sweetwater Station 2e... 1.0 inch.

Hot Springs County...
Owl Creek... 2.0 inches.

Johnson County...
Hansen Sawmill... 3.0 inches.
Cloud Peak Reservoir... 3.0 inches.

Lincoln County...
Kemmerer... 9.0 inches. (My Home)
Blind bull Summit... 6.0 inches.
Box y ranch... 5.0 inches.
Thayne 1 se... 4.7 inches.
Thayne 4.2 NNE... 2.2 inches.

Natrona County...
Casper Mountain... 19.0 inches.
Casper 10sw... 9.0 inches.
Reno Hill... 9.0 inches.
Casper 4.3 WSW... 6.9 inches.
Casper 3sw... 4.0 inches.
Casper 5 W... 4.0 inches.
Casper WWTP... 3.3 inches.
Casper... 3.0 inches.
Grave Springs... 3.0 inches.
Midwest... 1.0 inch.

Park County...
Evening Star... 8.0 inches.
Beartooth Lake... 8.0 inches.
Crandall creek... 6.0 inches.
Cody 7 SW... 6.0 inches.
Cody... 4.0 inches.
Cody 5ne... 2.0 inches.
Pahaska... 1.0 inch.

Sublette County...
Gunsight Pass... 5.0 inches.
Loomis Park... 5.0 inches.
Big Sandy Opening... 5.0 inches.
White Pine base... 3.0 inches.
Elkhart Park g.S... . 2.0 inches.
Pinedale 13.8 NW... 2.0 inches.

Sweetwater County...
Green River... 9.0 inches.
Rock Springs... 9.0 inches.
Rock Springs 15se... 9.0 inches.
Granger Post office... 8.0 inches.
Green River... 7.0 inches.
Point of Rocks 7ne... 7.0 inches.
Point of Rocks... 5.0 inches.
Buckboard Marina... 4.0 inches.
Rock Springs 5nw... 3.0 inches.
Farson 5n... 1.0 inch.

Teton County...
Grassy Lake... 8.0 inches.
Jackson Hole-Raymer... 7.0 inches.
Phillips bench... 5.0 inches.
Base Camp... 5.0 inches.
Togwotee Pass... 5.0 inches.
Grand targhee... 4.0 inches.
Jackson Hole-mid... 4.0 inches.
Togwotee Mountain Lodge... 4.0 inches.
Gros ventre Summit... 3.0 inches.
Jackson... 2.0 inches.
Moose .4 S... 2.0 inches.
Snow King ski area... 2.0 inches.
Jackson Hole-base... 1.0 inch.

Yellowstone National Park...
Lewis Lake Divide... 6.0 inches.
Canyon... 6.0 inches.
Two Ocean Plateau... 6.0 inches.
Snake River Ranger station... 4.0 inches.
Madison campground... 3.0 inches.
Lake Yellowstone... 2.0 inches.
East Entrance Ranger station... 1.0 inch.
West Entrance Ranger station... 1.0 inch.

Washakie County...
middle powder... 3.0 inches.

Don't it make everybody want to move to the Rockies this year.....LOL
Powder River Pass... 2.0 inches.
__________________
Scars heal,
Glory fades,
All we're left with are the Memories we made.



Snow Cover US
Snowmobile Alliance of Western States Cutting Through Deceptions and Perceptions To Protect YOUR RIGHT To Ride.
BlueRibbon Coalition Preserving Our Natural Resource FOR The People Instead of FROM The People


http://www.mtn-paradise.com



Quote:
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Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote.

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