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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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Wyoming Snowpack Above Normal

Wyoming's snowpack remains well above normal this winter.

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Rich Denison, Townsquare Media
Rich Denison, Townsquare Media
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Wyoming Snowpack Above Normal

The Natural Resources Conservation Service reports that the state's snowpack entering this week is 116 percent of normal.

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Rich Denison, Townsquare Media
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Wyoming Snowpack Off To Good Start

Wyoming's snowpack is off to a good start in most areas of the state.

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Final Winter of Cloud Seeding in Wyoming

Preparations are being made for a final winter of seeding clouds over Wyoming mountains as part of the state's unique research project to determine whether the practice actually works.

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Rich Denison, Townsquare Media
Rich Denison, Townsquare Media
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Wyoming Snowpack Down To 56 Percent Of Normal

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) ā€” Wyoming's mountain snowpack is hanging on a little bit better than it did at this time last year.

The federal Natural Resources Conservation Service reports that the state's snowpack is down to 56 percent of normal this week

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Townsquare Media
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Wyoming Snowpack Sees Big Decline

Wyoming's snowpack saw some significant melting in the last week.

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Wyoming Snowpack 90 Percent Of Normal

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) ā€” Wyoming's snowpack enters this week much better than it was at this time last year.

The Natural Resources Conservation Service in Casper says the snowpack is 90 percent of normal

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US Fish and Wildlife Service
US Fish and Wildlife Service
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Deer, Wildlife to Likely Struggle Through 2013 Winter

It could be an extremely difficult winter for wildlife in Wyoming.

On the heels of one of the driest summers on record, and with snowpack levels currently below average, officials with Wyoming Game and Fish say population levels could drop significantly after this winter for mule deer and other Wyoming wildlife

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Wyo. Snowpack Down Slightly On Average

Total snowfall in Wyoming this season is slightly below average ā€” but the real snow picture depends where you are.

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