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Storm impacts entire state of Wyoming

Storm impacts entire state of Wyoming

(Wyoming) — A major winter storm that began in some places of Wyoming on Sunday continues to dump snow on the state. Snow blanketed the historic Irma Hotel, and continues to fall in Cody . [image: Inline image 6] *h/t Megan Beaumeister / Basin Reboot Pitchengine Communities* In Casper, where the city received over a foot of snow, all Natrona County School District #1 schools are closed for the day . [image: Inline image 1] *h/t Oil City / Pitchengine Communities* In Laramie County, rural schools are closed , WYDOT has placed many travel advisories in place and even the UP trains are struggling to start. [image: Inline image 2] *h/t Cheyenne Shortgo / Pitchengine Communities* In Jackson , Jackson Hole Mountain Resort has reported 7 inches of new snow after Sunday night’s storm, 2 more inches last night and 99 inches total this year. Grand Targhee reported 6 inches of new snow after Sunday’s storm, 3 more inches last night and 98 inches overall Snow King reported 7 inches from Sunday’s storm, 2 more inches last night and 22 inches total this year. [image: Inline image 3] *Photo h/t Buckrail @donwatkins204 on Instagram / Pitchengine Communities* Record snowfall hit Billings, and continues to dump on Sheridan as well. [image: Inline image 5] *h/t Dally / Pitchengine Communities* In Lander , road closures and travel advisories continue. [image: Inline image 4] *h/t County 10 / Pitchengine Communities* Have a great snow photo to share? Send it to Pitchengine Communities . *Feature photo: **Snow covered buck in the Wapiti Valley Monday. **Richard Jones / Pitchengine Communities* #dally #buckrail #oilcity #news