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Lander received the most snowfall so far this week; Thermop had nearly one foot of snow

Lander received the most snowfall so far this week; Thermop had nearly one foot of snow

The Lander area received the most snow through Tuesday morning in this latest storm, over eight inches worth, while the Riverton area recorded just over an inch. See the local snowfall totals from the National Weather Service Forecast Office at Riverton Regional Airport below: 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... 6 SW LANDER... 8.1 INCHES. LANDER AIRPORT... 8.1 INCHES. 7 SW LANDER... 8 INCHES. 9 SSE LANDER... 8 INCHES. 1 SE LANDER... 8 INCHES. LANDER... 6.5-7 INCHES. 6 SE LANDER... 7 INCHES. TOWNSEND CREEK SNOTEL.6 INCHES. 1 SW LANDER... 6 INCHES. HOBBS PARK SNOTEL... 5 INCHES. HUDSON... 5 INCHES. BROOKS LAKE... 5 INCHES. ATLANTIC CITY... 3.1 INCHES. SOUTH PASS SNOTEL... 3 INCHES. ST. LAWRENCE ALT SNOTEL.3 INCHES. LITTLE WARM SNOTEL... 3 INCHES. COLD SPRINGS SNOTEL... 3 INCHES. DEER PARK SNOTEL... 3 INCHES. JEFFREY CITY... 3 INCHES. DUBOIS... 2.5 INCHES. 2 SSW ARAPAHOE... 2 INCHES. BURROUGHS CREEK SNOTEL..2 INCHES. CASTLE CREEK SNOTEL... 2 INCHES. RIVERTON... 1.4 INCHES. RIVERTON AIRPORT... 1.3 INCHES. BOYSEN DAM... 1 INCH. 2 W RIVERTON... 0.6 INCHES. HOT SPRINGS COUNTY... THERMOPOLIS... 10-11 INCHES. 6 N THERMOPOLIS... 10 INCHES. 3 NE THERMOPOLIS... 7.8 INCHES. 9 NE THERMOPOLIS... 6.8 INCHES. 8 W THERMOPOLIS... 4 INCHES. *Feature Photo: The mineral terraces at Hot Springs State Park were steaming this morning after the big snowfall. (Wyoming State Parks /