A winter storm that was expected to drop a few inches in the Casper area wound up dumping up to 36 inches on parts of Natrona County. It was a storm that had tremendous up-slope conditions that started churning snowfall over Casper mountain Saturday morning and didn't stop until midday on Sunday
With the biggest storm of the season making impacts across Wyoming over the weekend, you are probably wondering how much of the white and fluffy fell. The National Weather service has put together snow totals from their remote sensors here
Most of the state is under either a Winter Storm Warning or a Blizzard Warning with up to 12 inches of snow expected in some parts of the state. Stay tuned to 107.9 FM and TheRiver1079.com for the latest reports on conditions and closures.
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