This storm didn't miss us! Nearly a half-foot of the white stuff fell in town:

(Thermopolis, Wyo.) - Hot Springs County lucked out last week when a snow front blasted through the area but missed the town. Over the week, Sunday and Monday, the reverse was true. The National Weather Service Forecast Office at Riverton Regional Airport reported that the most snow fell five miles southeast of town where nine inches of snow was recorded. In town, the snowfall amounted to 5 inches, while on the west side, out near the new airport, there was 2.25 inches. On the north side, not as much snow fell, with 1.8 inches three miles Northeast of Thermopolis and 1.4 inches some nine miles to the Northeast. Sinks Canyon southwest of Lander recorded 13 inches of snow, Hudson had 4.3 inches, and Riverton had 2.8 inches. Two-point-seven inches fell at Ten Sleep while 2.5 inches was recorded at Sunshine Reservoir in Park County. There's a 20 percent chance of isolated snow showers tonight and tomorrow, with a low tonight in Thermopolis of 4 degrees and a high tomorrow of 27. *Feature Photo: Windy Point in the Wind River Canyon south of Thermopolis (WYDOT / Pitchengine Communities).* #springcity #news