WY WFO RIVERTON Warnings, Watches, and Advisories

WFO RIVERTON Warnings, Watches and Advisories for Wednesday, March 14, 2018

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SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT

Special Weather Statement

National Weather Service Riverton WY

222 AM MDT Wed Mar 14 2018

…A springtime storm to affect western Wyoming later today

through Thursday…

Vigorous spring weather system to impact areas along and west of

the Divide today through Thursday. A little of everything can be

expected today including rain and snow showers in addition to

isolated Thunderstorms capable of producing gusty winds and small

soft hail mainly less than one half inch in size across southwest

Wyoming. Snow levels will rise to above 8000 feet today before

falling to valley floor levels near sunrise on Thursday. Best

accumulating snowfall will occur above 8500 feet where 4 to 8

inches of wet snow will be possible by the end of the day on

Thursday. Local accumulations of 9 to 12 inches may be possible

over portions of the Tetons above 9000 feet when all is said and

done. Winds could gust 35 to 45 mph at times over some ridge-lines

and through some passes later this afternoon evening.

…A springtime storm to affect western Wyoming later today

through Thursday…

Vigorous spring weather system to impact areas along and west of

the Divide today through Thursday. A little of everything can be

expected today including rain and snow showers in addition to

isolated Thunderstorms capable of producing gusty winds and small

soft hail mainly less than one half inch in size across southwest

Wyoming. Snow levels will rise to above 8000 feet today before

falling to valley floor levels near sunrise on Thursday. Best

accumulating snowfall will occur above 8500 feet where 4 to 8

inches of wet snow will be possible by the end of the day on

Thursday. Local accumulations of 9 to 12 inches may be possible

over portions of the Tetons above 9000 feet when all is said and

done. Winds could gust 35 to 45 mph at times over some ridge-lines

and through some passes later this afternoon evening.

…A springtime storm to affect western Wyoming later today

through Thursday…

Vigorous spring weather system to impact areas along and west of

the Divide today through Thursday. A little of everything can be

expected today including rain and snow showers in addition to

isolated Thunderstorms capable of producing gusty winds and small

soft hail mainly less than one half inch in size across southwest

Wyoming. Snow levels will rise to above 8000 feet today before

falling to valley floor levels near sunrise on Thursday. Best

accumulating snowfall will occur above 8500 feet where 4 to 8

inches of wet snow will be possible by the end of the day on

Thursday. Local accumulations of 9 to 12 inches may be possible

over portions of the Tetons above 9000 feet when all is said and

done. Winds could gust 35 to 45 mph at times over some ridge-lines

and through some passes later this afternoon evening.

…A springtime storm to affect western Wyoming later today

through Thursday…

Vigorous spring weather system to impact areas along and west of

the Divide today through Thursday. A little of everything can be

expected today including rain and snow showers in addition to

isolated Thunderstorms capable of producing gusty winds and small

soft hail mainly less than one half inch in size across southwest

Wyoming. Snow levels will rise to above 8000 feet today before

falling to valley floor levels near sunrise on Thursday. Best

accumulating snowfall will occur above 8500 feet where 4 to 8

inches of wet snow will be possible by the end of the day on

Thursday. Local accumulations of 9 to 12 inches may be possible

over portions of the Tetons above 9000 feet when all is said and

done. Winds could gust 35 to 45 mph at times over some ridge-lines

and through some passes later this afternoon evening.

…A springtime storm to affect western Wyoming later today

through Thursday…

Vigorous spring weather system to impact areas along and west of

the Divide today through Thursday. A little of everything can be

expected today including rain and snow showers in addition to

isolated Thunderstorms capable of producing gusty winds and small

soft hail mainly less than one half inch in size across southwest

Wyoming. Snow levels will rise to above 8000 feet today before

falling to valley floor levels near sunrise on Thursday. Best

accumulating snowfall will occur above 8500 feet where 4 to 8

inches of wet snow will be possible by the end of the day on

Thursday. Local accumulations of 9 to 12 inches may be possible

over portions of the Tetons above 9000 feet when all is said and

done. Winds could gust 35 to 45 mph at times over some ridge-lines

and through some passes later this afternoon evening.

…A springtime storm to affect western Wyoming later today

through Thursday…

Vigorous spring weather system to impact areas along and west of

the Divide today through Thursday. A little of everything can be

expected today including rain and snow showers in addition to

isolated Thunderstorms capable of producing gusty winds and small

soft hail mainly less than one half inch in size across southwest

Wyoming. Snow levels will rise to above 8000 feet today before

falling to valley floor levels near sunrise on Thursday. Best

accumulating snowfall will occur above 8500 feet where 4 to 8

inches of wet snow will be possible by the end of the day on

Thursday. Local accumulations of 9 to 12 inches may be possible

over portions of the Tetons above 9000 feet when all is said and

done. Winds could gust 35 to 45 mph at times over some ridge-lines

and through some passes later this afternoon evening.

…A springtime storm to affect western Wyoming later today

through Thursday…

Vigorous spring weather system to impact areas along and west of

the Divide today through Thursday. A little of everything can be

expected today including rain and snow showers in addition to

isolated Thunderstorms capable of producing gusty winds and small

soft hail mainly less than one half inch in size across southwest

Wyoming. Snow levels will rise to above 8000 feet today before

falling to valley floor levels near sunrise on Thursday. Best

accumulating snowfall will occur above 8500 feet where 4 to 8

inches of wet snow will be possible by the end of the day on

Thursday. Local accumulations of 9 to 12 inches may be possible

over portions of the Tetons above 9000 feet when all is said and

done. Winds could gust 35 to 45 mph at times over some ridge-lines

and through some passes later this afternoon evening.

…A springtime storm to affect western Wyoming later today

through Thursday…

Vigorous spring weather system to impact areas along and west of

the Divide today through Thursday. A little of everything can be

expected today including rain and snow showers in addition to

isolated Thunderstorms capable of producing gusty winds and small

soft hail mainly less than one half inch in size across southwest

Wyoming. Snow levels will rise to above 8000 feet today before

falling to valley floor levels near sunrise on Thursday. Best

accumulating snowfall will occur above 8500 feet where 4 to 8

inches of wet snow will be possible by the end of the day on

Thursday. Local accumulations of 9 to 12 inches may be possible

over portions of the Tetons above 9000 feet when all is said and

done. Winds could gust 35 to 45 mph at times over some ridge-lines

and through some passes later this afternoon evening.

…A springtime storm to affect western Wyoming later today

through Thursday…

Vigorous spring weather system to impact areas along and west of

the Divide today through Thursday. A little of everything can be

expected today including rain and snow showers in addition to

isolated Thunderstorms capable of producing gusty winds and small

soft hail mainly less than one half inch in size across southwest

Wyoming. Snow levels will rise to above 8000 feet today before

falling to valley floor levels near sunrise on Thursday. Best

accumulating snowfall will occur above 8500 feet where 4 to 8

inches of wet snow will be possible by the end of the day on

Thursday. Local accumulations of 9 to 12 inches may be possible

over portions of the Tetons above 9000 feet when all is said and

done. Winds could gust 35 to 45 mph at times over some ridge-lines

and through some passes later this afternoon evening.

…A springtime storm to affect western Wyoming later today

through Thursday…

Vigorous spring weather system to impact areas along and west of

the Divide today through Thursday. A little of everything can be

expected today including rain and snow showers in addition to

isolated Thunderstorms capable of producing gusty winds and small

soft hail mainly less than one half inch in size across southwest

Wyoming. Snow levels will rise to above 8000 feet today before

falling to valley floor levels near sunrise on Thursday. Best

accumulating snowfall will occur above 8500 feet where 4 to 8

inches of wet snow will be possible by the end of the day on

Thursday. Local accumulations of 9 to 12 inches may be possible

over portions of the Tetons above 9000 feet when all is said and

done. Winds could gust 35 to 45 mph at times over some ridge-lines

and through some passes later this afternoon evening.

…A springtime storm to affect western Wyoming later today

through Thursday…

Vigorous spring weather system to impact areas along and west of

the Divide today through Thursday. A little of everything can be

expected today including rain and snow showers in addition to

isolated Thunderstorms capable of producing gusty winds and small

soft hail mainly less than one half inch in size across southwest

Wyoming. Snow levels will rise to above 8000 feet today before

falling to valley floor levels near sunrise on Thursday. Best

accumulating snowfall will occur above 8500 feet where 4 to 8

inches of wet snow will be possible by the end of the day on

Thursday. Local accumulations of 9 to 12 inches may be possible

over portions of the Tetons above 9000 feet when all is said and

done. Winds could gust 35 to 45 mph at times over some ridge-lines

and through some passes later this afternoon evening.

…A springtime storm to affect western Wyoming later today

through Thursday…

Vigorous spring weather system to impact areas along and west of

the Divide today through Thursday. A little of everything can be

expected today including rain and snow showers in addition to

isolated Thunderstorms capable of producing gusty winds and small

soft hail mainly less than one half inch in size across southwest

Wyoming. Snow levels will rise to above 8000 feet today before

falling to valley floor levels near sunrise on Thursday. Best

accumulating snowfall will occur above 8500 feet where 4 to 8

inches of wet snow will be possible by the end of the day on

Thursday. Local accumulations of 9 to 12 inches may be possible

over portions of the Tetons above 9000 feet when all is said and

done. Winds could gust 35 to 45 mph at times over some ridge-lines

and through some passes later this afternoon evening.

…A springtime storm to affect western Wyoming later today

through Thursday…

Vigorous spring weather system to impact areas along and west of

the Divide today through Thursday. A little of everything can be

expected today including rain and snow showers in addition to

isolated Thunderstorms capable of producing gusty winds and small

soft hail mainly less than one half inch in size across southwest

Wyoming. Snow levels will rise to above 8000 feet today before

falling to valley floor levels near sunrise on Thursday. Best

accumulating snowfall will occur above 8500 feet where 4 to 8

inches of wet snow will be possible by the end of the day on

Thursday. Local accumulations of 9 to 12 inches may be possible

over portions of the Tetons above 9000 feet when all is said and

done. Winds could gust 35 to 45 mph at times over some ridge-lines

and through some passes later this afternoon evening.

…A springtime storm to affect western Wyoming later today

through Thursday…

Vigorous spring weather system to impact areas along and west of

the Divide today through Thursday. A little of everything can be

expected today including rain and snow showers in addition to

isolated Thunderstorms capable of producing gusty winds and small

soft hail mainly less than one half inch in size across southwest

Wyoming. Snow levels will rise to above 8000 feet today before

falling to valley floor levels near sunrise on Thursday. Best

accumulating snowfall will occur above 8500 feet where 4 to 8

inches of wet snow will be possible by the end of the day on

Thursday. Local accumulations of 9 to 12 inches may be possible

over portions of the Tetons above 9000 feet when all is said and

done. Winds could gust 35 to 45 mph at times over some ridge-lines

and through some passes later this afternoon evening.

…A springtime storm to affect western Wyoming later today

through Thursday…

Vigorous spring weather system to impact areas along and west of

the Divide today through Thursday. A little of everything can be

expected today including rain and snow showers in addition to

isolated Thunderstorms capable of producing gusty winds and small

soft hail mainly less than one half inch in size across southwest

Wyoming. Snow levels will rise to above 8000 feet today before

falling to valley floor levels near sunrise on Thursday. Best

accumulating snowfall will occur above 8500 feet where 4 to 8

inches of wet snow will be possible by the end of the day on

Thursday. Local accumulations of 9 to 12 inches may be possible

over portions of the Tetons above 9000 feet when all is said and

done. Winds could gust 35 to 45 mph at times over some ridge-lines

and through some passes later this afternoon evening.

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