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North Platte River Whitewater
Kevin Koile, Townsquare Media
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NWS: Wyoming Water Levels Remain Above Average in April

Forecasters with the National Weather Service in Riverton say Wyoming's water supply remains well above average for the month of April.

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irrigation
Scott Olson, Getty
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National Weather Service Urges Caution From Farmers, Ranchers

Despite the recent moist winter, officials say the fire danger can always dramatically increase in Wyoming.

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Flooding in Big Horn County, March
Trevor T. Trujillo, Townsquare Media
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Flooding Concerns With Wyoming’s Spring Thaw

Wyoming is facing above-normal snowpack across the state, which could lead to dangers from flooding this spring.

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North Platte River
Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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National Weather Service: Wyoming’s Water Supply Above Average

Officials with the National Weather Service say Wyoming’s water supply is, for the most part, well above average for the month of March.

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Colorado floods
Marc Piscotty, Getty Images
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Flood Advisory Issued For Laramie County

Areas marked with small foldout barricades, cones or flags are considered passable, but may have 3-4 inches of water on the road and road damage underneath the water.

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Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
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Winter Storm Watch Posted For Much of Wyoming

A winter storm watch has been posted for a large part of central and eastern Wyoming.

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National Weather Service Operations in Riverton Not Affected By Shutdown

The National Weather Service says the partial shutdown of the federal government will not affect operations at the agency’s office in Riverton.

Chris Jones, a National Weather Service warning coordination meteorologist based out of Riverton, says the organization remains one of the few National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration agencies not affected by the shutdown

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University of Nebraska-Lincoln
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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Wyoming Drought Conditions Diminishing

Climatologists with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the U.S. Department of Agriculture say Wyoming is emerging from a persisting drought.

About six percent of the state has emerged from drought entirely

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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Missing Man’s Body Found on Casper Mountain [AUDIO]

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter storm advisory for parts of Colorado and Wyoming. Trevor T. Trujillo has the story. Kevin Koile reports that  the body of a man missing since March has been found on Casper Mountain. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Louise Crowe/Wheatland Tornado
Louise Crowe/Wheatland Tornado
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Statewide Tornado Drill Set For Friday Morning

Tornado sirens will sound at 10:30 a.m. Friday, as the National Weather Service and Wyoming Department of Homeland Security officials conduct a statewide tornado drill.

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