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Watches & Warnings

Special Statement
Issued: 6:07 AM MDT Sep. 25, 2016 – National Weather Service

Areas of fog will occur this morning. Visibility will be reduced
to under one mile in places. The fog should lift between 900 and
1000 am. Motorists should be alert for rapid changes in visibility
and use low beam headlights.


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607 am MDT sun Sep 25 2016

Areas of fog will occur this morning. Visibility will be reduced
to under one mile in places. The fog should lift between 900 and
1000 am. Motorists should be alert for rapid changes in visibility
and use low beam headlights.


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607 am MDT sun Sep 25 2016

Areas of fog will occur this morning. Visibility will be reduced
to under one mile in places. The fog should lift between 900 and
1000 am. Motorists should be alert for rapid changes in visibility
and use low beam headlights.


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Record Report
Issued: 1:39 AM MDT Sep. 25, 2016 – National Weather Service

... Record daily maximum precipitation set at Riverton WY...

A record precipitation of 0.67 inch(es) was set at Riverton WY
yesterday. This breaks the old record of 0.34 set in 2007.
Note... the records for the Riverton Airport site only date back to
1996.

The record precipitation at the cooperative site at Riverton for
September 24 is 0.85 inch(es)... which was set in 1955.



Public Information Statement
Issued: 5:38 AM MDT Sep. 25, 2016 – National Weather Service


Below are the rainfall totals from Wednesday night through Saturday.
Please note that some locations will be updated later today to
accurately reflect saturday's total precipitation. Bouts of heavy
rain occurred Thursday evening across southwest/central Sweetwater
County north to South Pass and early Friday morning across central
Fremont County and western Natrona County. Steady... moderate rain
occurred over Johnson County and into the Big Horn basin Saturday.
This also caused moderate to heavy snow to fall in the
bighorns... with 4 inches falling around 7800 feet to 15 inches
falling near 9800 feet.

Location rainfall

Big Horn County...
5 ENE Hyattville... 2.87 inches.
Greybull ASOS... 2.17 inches.
Greybull... 1.85 inches.
Basin... 1.83 inches.
2 SSW Lovell... 1.75 inches.
9 NNW shell... 1.70 inches.
Lovell... 1.60 inches.
11 se Lovell... 1.55 inches.
30 E Greybull... 1.38 inches.
Deaver... 0.81 inch.

Fremont County...
3 NNE South Pass City... 1.93 inches.
Riverton weather office... 1.76 inches.
2 S Riverton... 1.69 inches.
Riverton ASOS... 1.63 inches.
2 W Riverton... 1.60 inches.
8 W South Pass City... 1.57 inches.
Atlantic City... 1.56 inches.
Riverton... 1.49 inches.
Boysen Reservoir... 1.39 inches.
Boysen dam... 1.36 inches.
6 SW Lander... 1.30 inches.
6 N Riverton... 1.26 inches.
2 W Riverton... 1.25 inches.
7 SW Muddy Gap... 1.21 inches.
3 NNW Hudson... 1.19 inches.
11 W Crowheart... 1.18 inches.
9 SW Lander... 1.11 inches.
Lander ASOS... 1.10 inches.
DuBois... 1.10 inches.
Shoshoni... 1.00 inches.
7 se Lander... 0.99 inch.
Jeffrey City... 0.89 inch.
2 NNE Lander... 0.89 inch.
Burris... 0.87 inch.
Lander... 0.56-0.81 inch.
10 WNW DuBois... 0.78 inch.
6 WNW Fort Washakie... 0.78 inch.
6 NW DuBois... 0.77 inch.
9 SSE Lander... 0.73 inch.
6 SW Lander... 0.71 inch.
9 SSE Lander... 0.70 inch.
10 se Crowheart... 0.68 inch.
14 NW Riverton... 0.60 inch.
1 N Lander... 0.60 inch.
14 NE DuBois... 0.55 inch.
7 se Lander... 0.45 inch.

Hot Springs County...
29 W Thermopolis... 1.76 inches.
Kirby... 1.56 inches.
3 NE Thermopolis... 1.54 inches.
Thermopolis... 0.67-1.35 inches.


Johnson County...
7 WSW Buffalo... 3.07 inches.
17 NNW Kaycee... 2.31 inches.
Buffalo ASOS... 2.27 inches.
7 NW Mayoworth... 2.17 inches.
7 SW Barnum... 2.11 inches.
12 NW Buffalo... 2.11 inches.
4 SSW Buffalo... 2.10 inches.
15 W Buffalo... 2.02 inches.
18 NW Buffalo... 2.01 inches.
10 SW Kaycee... 1.97 inches.
Buffalo... 1.97 inches.
7 NE Buffalo... 1.84 inches.
18 E Ten Sleep... 1.72 inches.
Sussex... 1.63 inches.
18 WNW Buffalo... 1.44 inches.
14 SW Kaycee... 1.43 inches.
17 E Kaycee... 1.38 inches.
Kaycee... 0.53 inch.

Lincoln County...
3 NW Etna... 2.55 inches.
Afton... 2.52 inches.
5 SSE Smoot... 2.43 inches.
3 se Bedford... 2.34 inches.
5 NNE Thayne... 2.03 inches.
Star Valley ranch... 1.89 inches.
2 se Thayne... 1.71 inches.
15 NNE Cokeville... 1.40 inches.
3 E Freedom... 1.29 inches.
21 NNW Kemmerer... 0.84 inch.
Kemmerer... 0.73 inch.
Fossil Butte... 0.67 inch.
5 SSE La Barge... 0.43 inch.

Natrona County...
12 NE Lysite... 1.70 inches.
Midwest... 1.32 inches.
Casper Mountain... 1.17 inches.
5 SSW Casper... 1.00 inches.
Powder River... 0.87 inch.
10 WSW Casper... 0.81 inch.
16 S Hiland... 0.79 inch.
Casper ASOS... 0.64 inch.
4 SW Casper... 0.63 inch.
11 WSW Casper... 0.57 inch.
4 WSW Casper... 0.48 inch.
Independence Rock... 0.47 inch.
Casper... 0.11-0.43 inch.
Pathfinder dam... 0.42 inch.
Pathfinder Reservoir... 0.42 inch.
1 S Casper... 0.36 inch.
3 WSW Casper... 0.36 inch.
Casper Mountain... 0.24 inch.
1 SW Casper... 0.15 inch.


Park County...
Cody... 1.05-1.43 inches.
5 NE Cody... 1.38 inches.
4 se Cody... 1.22 inches.
5 ESE Cody... 1.12 inches.
9 SW Powell... 1.10 inches.
2 WSW Cody... 1.10 inches.
3 E Wapiti... 0.90 inch.
Roosevelt Lodge ynp... 0.89 inch.
4 SW Powell... 0.83 inch.
4 ENE Powell... 0.83 inch.
7 SW Cody... 0.83 inch.
Powell... 0.81 inch.
3 N Powell... 0.79 inch.
26 SW Cody... 0.66 inch.
2 SSW Ralston... 0.50 inch.
Pahaska... 0.41 inch.
3 NE sunshine... 0.33 inch.
3 NE Clark... 0.33 inch.

Sublette County...
15 WNW Daniel... 1.38 inches.
Bondurant... 1.04-1.10 inches.
Daniel Fish Hatchery... 0.95 inch.
11 NNW Daniel... 0.88 inch.
14 NW Pinedale... 0.71 inch.
Boulder Lake... 0.52 inch.
Big Piney ASOS... 0.49 inch.
Pinedale... 0.30-0.38 inch.
13 NE Big Piney... 0.26 inch.
7 se Pinedale... 0.26 inch.
Boulder rearing station... 0.06 inch.

Sweetwater County...
15 se Rock Springs... 2.01 inches.
Rock Springs... 1.07-1.91 inches.
Henry's Fork... 1.89 inches.
4 NNW Rock Springs... 1.46 inches.
4 NE Bitter Creek... 1.35 inches.
Rock Springs ASOS... 1.23 inches.
Green River... 1.05-1.21 inches.
Buckboard Marina... 0.81 inch.
Wamsutter... 0.68 inch.
4 N Farson... 0.62 inch.
5 N Farson... 0.51 inch.

Teton County...
1 NNW Alta... 2.70 inches.
Jackson dam... 1.62 inches.
Jackson... 1.52-1.55 inches.
Jackson Lake dam... 1.52 inches.
5 NW Jackson... 1.46 inches.
12 NE Jackson... 1.41 inches.
2 NE Teton Village... 1.39 inches.
Moose... 1.30 inches.
Lake Village... 1.05 inches.

Washakie County...
2 se Ten Sleep... 3.50 inches.
15 SSW big trails... 2.66 inches.
5 NNW Ten Sleep... 2.26 inches.
12 ENE Ten Sleep... 2.07 inches.
27 WSW Kaycee... 1.98 inches.
12 S Worland... 1.94 inches.
Ten Sleep... 1.83 inches.
Worland ASOS... 1.78 inches.
16 SSE Ten Sleep... 1.56 inches.
2 NE Worland... 1.45 inches.
Winchester... 1.36 inches.
8 SW Worland... 1.17 inches.
Worland... 0.88-1.00 inches.
27 S Ten Sleep... 0.82 inch.

Yellowstone National Park...
Yellowstone South Entrance... 2.07 inches.
Snake River Ranger station... 2.02 inches.
Old Faithful Ranger station... 1.23 inches.
Lake Yellowstone ASOS... 1.14 inches.
Old Faithful... 1.13 inches.
Bechler river Ranger station... 1.02 inches.
Tower falls Ranger station... 0.97 inch.
1 NNE Mammoth... 0.75 inch.
Yellowstone East Entrance... 0.74 inch.


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