The Big Laramie River crested for the first time on June 10 at 6:30 in the morning, when it reached its high mark of 5.43', (at Curtis St). NOAA is predicting another, possibly higher crest in the coming weeks. This new image is from near the junction of Wyoming Highway 34 and US 30/287 south of Bosler. NOAA is predicting at least a 7' crest here next week. This location is going to be far more telling as far as run-off is concerned; both the Big and the Little Laramie Rivers flow through here.
This image is from tonight at around 8:45.