You can't. Snort sits between the physical NIC and the kernel network stack before the firewall engine. So, when you run Snort (or Suricata for that matter) on the WAN, it only sees local traffic after NAT has been applied for outbound traffic, and before NAT is undone for inbound traffic. Here are two diagrams that show how the IDS/IPS packages are plumbed into the network. This is an operating system thing and not anything the packages can alter.
This is why I have been recommending for the last few years that users put the IDS/IPS on internal interfaces. You should do the same. There is no point in having it on the WAN. IDS/IPS is not for protecting the firewall. It's for protecting the hosts behind the firewall. If you need IDS/IPS for your firewall itself, then you really need a new firewall 😀.
Running it on the LAN would eliminate your issue of NAT hiding local IP addresses. When running on the LAN, all traffic going to or coming from local hosts would have to pass through the IDS/IPS.
And one last note. Without MITM breaking of encryption, IDS/IPS on the firewall is severely limited in what it can accomplish these days because nearly 100% of network traffic is encrypted. The IDS/IPS can't peer into any of the payloads for SSL traffic. That means zero payload inspection of HTTPS, DoT, DoH, SMTPS, IMAPS, and POP3S for starters. That's nearly all of the web traffic, potentially all of the DNS traffic (if you use DoT), and pretty much all email traffic bypassing inspection. Intrusion Detection is rapidly becoming something best done on the local destination host itself and not on intermediate network devices.