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7:21 PM MDT on April 24, 2015 (GMT -0600)
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Elev 7874 ft 44.40 °N, 110.58 °W | Updated 41 minutes ago

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Pressure 29.76 in
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Dew Point 31 °F
Humidity 88%
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METAR KP60 250056Z AUTO 00000KT 01/00 A2976 RMK AO1 SLP078 P0004 T00060000 $

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Pressure 29.76 in
Visibility -9999.0 miles
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Dew Point 31 °F
Humidity 88%
Rainfall in
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UV Not available.
Pollen 9.50 out of 12
Air Quality Not available.
Flu Activity Local Activity
METAR KP60 250056Z AUTO 00000KT 01/00 A2976 RMK AO1 SLP078 P0004 T00060000 $

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Special Statement
Statement as of 6:01 PM MDT on April 24, 2015

Through 8 PM... scattered rain and snow showers with very isolated
thunderstorms will continue impact western Wyoming this evening. Snow
is expected above 8000 feet. Roads over mountain passes will remain
mainly wet... but the top of Togwotee Pass could see some slick
areas.



601 PM MDT Fri Apr 24 2015

Through 8 PM... scattered rain and snow showers with very isolated
thunderstorms will continue impact western Wyoming this evening. Snow
is expected above 8000 feet. Roads over mountain passes will remain
mainly wet... but the top of Togwotee Pass could see some slick
areas.



601 PM MDT Fri Apr 24 2015

Through 8 PM... scattered rain and snow showers with very isolated
thunderstorms will continue impact western Wyoming this evening. Snow
is expected above 8000 feet. Roads over mountain passes will remain
mainly wet... but the top of Togwotee Pass could see some slick
areas.



1255 PM MDT Fri Apr 24 2015

Above 9500 feet... periods of rain showers will change to a rain snow
mix then to all snow after midnight tonight across the Western
Mountain ranges. Snow levels will drop from 9500 feet to around 7500
feet by morning. Heaviest period of snowfall at higher elevations is
expected to occur between a couple of hours before midnight to a
couple of hours after midnight... with periods of light snow
continuing through the the day Saturday. 24 hour snow totals ending
by Saturday evening will range from 1 to 5 inches depending on aspect
and elevation... with localized areas receiving up to eight inches of
new snow across the highest peaks and ridges.


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1255 PM MDT Fri Apr 24 2015

Above 9500 feet... periods of rain showers will change to a rain snow
mix then to all snow after midnight tonight across the Western
Mountain ranges. Snow levels will drop from 9500 feet to around 7500
feet by morning. Heaviest period of snowfall at higher elevations is
expected to occur between a couple of hours before midnight to a
couple of hours after midnight... with periods of light snow
continuing through the the day Saturday. 24 hour snow totals ending
by Saturday evening will range from 1 to 5 inches depending on aspect
and elevation... with localized areas receiving up to eight inches of
new snow across the highest peaks and ridges.