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November 16, 2012 Greater Yellowstone, Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming No Comments
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The infamous French General Napoleon Bonaparte is arguably credited as once saying, “A picture is worth a thousand words.”   When it comes to summarizing current weather conditions, that concept couldn’t be truer; especially as wintery weather moves into Wyoming.  Recently, the National Weather Service Office in Rivertonin conjunction with the Wyoming Department of Transportation launched a link on the weather service website that connects the website user with a collective of webcams in a variety of geographic areas around the state.  They have posted 29 links in the Jackson Hole area and 14 in the vicinity of Yellowstone National Park – all accessed directly from their site.  Major highways in Wyoming have been organized by route and links have also been provided to cameras in surrounding states.  Chris Jones, warning coordination meteorologist at the Riverton office, says that initial feedback has been positive. He says those commenting have said they like that town and place names are provided along with the route number, and that they can quickly glance through all the webcams along their intended route. The link to the webcams is located along with links to Wyoming road reports and avalanche information at the bottom of the page containing the National Weather Service zone forecast.

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