Weekend snowfall totals released for Fremont County; Southeast Lander recorded 9 inches

    The National Weather Service office in Riverton released data on just how much snow fell across Fremont County last weekend.

    Primarily, the snow flew in County 10 Saturday between 2:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. Precipitation and cold temperatures caused icy roadways that resulted in nearly one dozen vehicle accidents Saturday afternoon and evening.

    The southeast Lander area recorded the most snow in Fremont County with a whopping 9 inches. Residential areas around Lander recorded 5-6.5 inches. Hudson also saw 6.5 inches, and Riverton had between 4-6.2 inches.


    Meanwhile, Dubois only had a dusting totaling about 0.5 inches.

    Elsewhere in Wyoming, Big Horn County recorded over one foot of snow in higher elevations. Washakie County also had areas receiving about 9 inches of powder.

     8.7 SE LANDER...                     9 INCHES.
     TOWNSEND CREEK SNOTEL...             7 INCHES.
     9 SSE LANDER...                    6.5 INCHES.
     HUDSON...                          6.5 INCHES.
     LANDER AIRPORT...                    6 INCHES.
     ST. LAWRENCE ALT SNOTEL...           6 INCHES.
     RIVERTON...                   4 TO 6.2 INCHES.
     LANDER...                     5 TO 5.7 INCHES.
     KINNEAR...                         4.5 INCHES.
     7 SE LANDER...                       4 INCHES.
     DEER PARK SNOTEL...                  4 INCHES.
     RIVERTON AIRPORT...                3.3 INCHES.
     HOBBS PARK SNOTEL...                 3 INCHES.
     JEFFREY CITY...                      2 INCHES.
     CASTLE CREEK SNOTEL...               2 INCHES.
     BURRIS...                            2 INCHES.
     LITTLE WARM SNOTEL...                1 INCH.
     DUBOIS...                          0.5 INCHES.

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