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Central Fremont County had most snowfall over the weekend.

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