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Central Fremont County had most snowfall over the weekend.

Central Fremont County received the most snow over the weekend in the Thursday-Saturday snowstorm with amounts ranging from just over 4 inches in Riverton to over 5 inches near Hudson and Lander. The National Weather Service in Riverton reported snowfall totals as follows: FREMONT COUNTY... 6 SW LANDER... 5.6 INCHES. HUDSON... 5.5 INCHES. 2 W RIVERTON... 5 INCHES. LANDER AIRPORT... 4.8 INCHES. RIVERTON... 4.3 INCHES. 7 WNW LANDER... 4.3 INCHES. 3 SW LANDER... 4.3 INCHES. RIVERTON AIRPORT... 4.2 INCHES. 1 SE LANDER... 4 INCHES. HOBBS PARK SNOTEL... 4 INCHES. DEER PARK SNOTEL... 4 INCHES. 9 NW RIVERTON... 4 INCHES. 7 N LANDER... 4 INCHES. BROOKS LAKE... 4 INCHES. 2 SSW ARAPAHOE... 4 INCHES. LANDER... 3.9 INCHES. 6 SE LANDER... 3.5 INCHES. 2 W RIVERTON... 3.5 INCHES. 9 SSE LANDER... 3.4 INCHES. 9 S LANDER... 3.2 INCHES. TOWNSEND CREEK SNOTEL... 3 INCHES. 9 SSE LANDER... 3 INCHES. BURROUGHS CREEK SNOTEL... 3 INCHES. 10 NW RIVERTON... 3 INCHES. DUBOIS... 2.5 INCHES. JEFFREY CITY... 2 INCHES. BURRIS... 2 INCHES. COLD SPRINGS SNOTEL... 2 INCHES. CASTLE CREEK SNOTEL... 1 INCH. SOUTH PASS SNOTEL... 1 INCH. ATLANTIC CITY... 0.4 INCHES. HOT SPRINGS COUNTY... THERMOPOLIS... 1.0-1.6 INCHES. OWL CREEK SNOTEL... 1 INCH. 9 NE THERMOPOLIS... 1 INCH. 8 W THERMOPOLIS... 0.5 INCHES. #county10 #news