CASPER — Total snowfall in Wyoming this season is slightly below average — but the real snow picture depends where you are.
The Casper Star-Tribune reports Tuesday that snowfall statewide is 93 percent of the historical median (http://bit.ly/X3ihYT ). The Natural Resources Conservation Service says that the actual snow picture depends on the region within Wyoming.
The northwestern part of Wyoming is on track for a normal, snowy winter. But the NRCS says the southeastern part of Wyoming is severely lacking snowfall
The Snake River drainage basin in northeastern Wyoming is 121 percent of the 1981-2010 median and the Belle Fourche drainage basin in the Black Hills is 36 percent.