Storm was 9th largest ever in Riverton; Final snowfall amounts listed

*Feature Photo: The storm this week was the 9th largest in the town's history with 15.4 inches downtown. Lander's Hunt Field Airport recorded 22.8 inches and six miles southwest of Lander the snow depth reached 32.6 inches. (Pitchengine Communities)* (Riverton, Wyo.) - A powerful upper low-pressure system was responsible for the bulk of the snowfall Monday, March 28th through Wednesday morning, March 30th according to the National Weather Service Forecast Office at Riverton Regional Airport. This storm system deposited 1 to 2 feet of snow across much of Fremont and Natrona counties with 30 inches or more across parts of the eastern Wind River Range and Casper Mountain, the NWS said. Downtown Thermopolis received 2.5 inches, while up on the Owl Creek Range, a total of 9 inches fell. A Canadian cold front that dropped south across the area Wednesday night added a few more inches to some of the storm totals. Downtown Riverton recorded it's ninth biggest snowstorm on record (since 1907) with a storm total of 15.4 inches. Here are the final numbers from the storm: [image: Inline image 1] [image: Inline image 2] #county10 #news