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Why Is It Hazy Across Wyoming?

The National Weather Service is reporting that the haze we are seeing across Wyoming and the West is something that we can blame on Canada.

This haze appears to have originated from very large fires that have been ongoing across northern Alberta (and places farther north)

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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.

Hydrologists with the National Weather Service in Riverton say the state saw precipitation levels at 83 to 88 percent of average for May, but the precipitation average for the entire year remains between 115 and 125 percent

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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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Severe Weather Watch for Southeast Wyoming, Central Wyoming

UPDATE 8:19 p.m. Wednesday - Both the tornado warning for east-central Platte County and the tornado watch for southeastern Wyoming have expired.

A flash flood warning remains in effect until midnight for central and east-central Platte County.

The National Weather Service

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NWS: Severe Thunderstorm Watch Posted for Multiple Wyoming Counties

UPDATE 9:10 p.m. Tuesday - The National Weather Service has lifted its severe thunderstorm watch for multiple eastern and southeastern Wyoming counties.

A flash flood warning, however, remains in effect for southern Goshen County until 11 p.m.

UPDATE 3:36 p.m. Tuesday -

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NWS: Weather Spotter Training Tuesday in Casper

Officials with the National Weather Service say they will hold a weather spotter training class in Casper on Tuesday.

“This training is for both spotters who are new to the program and those who might need a refresher,” Riverton-based National Weather Service meteorologist Chris Jones said

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NWS: Next Week is Wyoming Flood Awareness Week

Next week is Wyoming Flood Awareness Week, and officials with the National Weather Service in Riverton say, with Wyoming's mountain snowpack ranging between 120 percent and 160 percent of average, indiviguals who live near rivers and streams should be particularly cautious this spring

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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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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.

Hydrologist Jim Fahey says statewide precipitation levels last month were above 130 percent of average

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