Snow Storm Hits like a Hammer in Wyoming | Western Garden Survivalist | homesteading, learning, teaching, survival at all costs. | homesteading, learning, teaching, survival at all costs.
For the second week in a row the area in Central Wyoming has been hit with a heavy wet snow. I have enclosed pictures taken at 5 am this morning. It was dark and snowing, which you can see. This can give you some idea of what is going on. This week the tree’s that survived the last snowstorm which hit have another storm to contend with. Right now we have trees down all around, even on our roof and snow continues. The wet, heavy snow came into effect after a day of chilling rain which hit the Casper Wyoming area. Then last night the chilly rain turned to slush, then heavy snow. The snow then stuck to the leaves and branches weighing them down. We have about 8 to 10 inches of snow in spots, other places it is lighter with the main depth out in the open where the trees have not sheltered the ground. In the southern portion of the city, next to Casper Mountain up to thirty inches of snow is expected.
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