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Heavy Hail Hits Laramie Wyoming

 

Much of Wyoming was hit by some moisture yesterday but areas along the I-80 corridor got down right hammered. While much of southeast Wyoming was under flash flood watches and warnings a large thunderstorm dumped a radar estimated 3-5 inches of rain in the Medicine Bow area and a hail laden thunderstorm rumbled into Laramie midday on July29th dumping a lot of white stuff, but only on a few parts of the city.

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North Platte River Whitewater
Kevin Koile, Townsquare Media
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NWS: Wyoming’s Water Supply Remains Above Average

Officials say Wyoming’s water supply remains well above average despite somewhat limited precipitation during the month of May.

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Waterspout In Wyoming Mountains Could Be Highest In Elevation

Waterspouts at lower elevations and near coastal waters are a rather common occurrence. One at 7782 ft is rather rare!

This waterspout was spotted high in the Wind River Mountains above Pinedale, Wyoming on Saturday, May 31st

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Hail Pummels Western Natrona County [VIDEO]

Yesterday, Jun 1, 2014 a number of thunderstorms rolled across central Wyoming bringing soaking rains to the Casper community and several minutes of hail to areas just west of town.

The National Weather Service got this video of a thunderstorm that moved through western Natrona County between 11:05 and 11:20 am on June 1, 2014 between Waltman and Hells Half Acre

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Riverton, Wyoming Tornado
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Tornado Touches Down North of Riverton [Video]

A video shot by Josh Allen captured a tornado in the distance that touched down just north of Riverton at 2:09 p.m. Tuesday afternoon.

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North Platte River
Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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NWS: Spring Snowmelt Flooding Possible in Several Areas of Wyoming

Officials with the National Weather Service say snowmelt may cause flooding in several areas of Wyoming this spring.

Jim Fahey, an NWS hydrologist based out Riverton, says areas of the state with moderate-to-high flooding potential include headwater streams along the central and southern Big Horn Mountains, along the Encampment River near Encampment and Riverside, and along the North Platte River near Saratoga

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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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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 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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