Monday, March 9, 2015
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Hey Snowman here with you... It's March 9th, 2015 at 10:30AM. On Sunday we had a high of 61 on my deck here at 8200 feet, we also had some very hazy sunshine. The air looked very dirty as you looked off towards the whites. Over the past couple yeas that has meant dust and smog from China has made it all the way across the pacific into the Owens Valley. All that should clear out in the next 24 hours.
3-9-2015 11AM – Thanks for stopping, by the window cast shows clear skies over Mammoth Mountain at this time. Snow Shots from 3-2-2015 Today we are expecting highs into the 40s at the ski area with upper 50s down in town. Night time lows continue to be in the 20s, with NE winds today peaking at 60MPH over the top of Mammoth Mountain. If you’re coming up for mid week, we should have increasing SW winds on Tuesday with a chance of some snow Wednesday, with clearing on Thursday. Only expecting 1-2 new inches of wet snow on Mammoth Mountain from this weak pacific storm system.
Saturday, February 21, 2015
It looks like we have some winter weather on Tap for Sunday with snow now likely. It looks to be all snow on Mammoth Mountain and in the town of Mammoth Lakes. The Snowfall Forecast from our own Mammoth Weather Guy is calling for: Sun 2/22 = 0 – 2” (H2O = 0.05” – 0.15”) Mon 2/23 = 6 – 9” (H2O = 0.55” – 0.75”) Tue 2/24 = 1 – 3” (H2O = 0.10” – 0.25”) Use the link below for our entire report...
Friday, February 13, 2015
The Mammoth Snowman has a update on Snow and Weather up on Mammoth Mountain. No Marketing fluff just the facts and true snow conditions.
Friday, February 6, 2015
2-6-2015 at 7:32PM - Hello everyone. Yes we have snow falling up on Mammoth Mountain and down into the town of Mammoth Lakes at this hour. Winds are howling up to 96+ up top with strong gusts to 75+ down canyon through out Mono County and the 395 corridor. The good news is the one two storm punch is still on the way with a MASSIVE amount of moisture headed right for Mammoth Mountain. Most weather models are in agreement that we could see around 4-6+ inches of water content over Mammoth Mountain by late Monday. The key to this event is it will be very warm with varying snow levels. It does look like it will be mostly snow with just a bit of rain above 9000 feet at this time. As of now the call would be for 2+ feet around the Main Lodge. Up top we could see as much as 3-4+ feet of sierra cement. Here are the snowfall event details from the Mammoth Weather Guy.. The Snowfall forecast is for the Sesame snow course (Main Lodge) at 9000 feet.
Clouds and winds will continue to increase today with stormy conditions developing tonight with heavy snow in combination with strong winds resulting in white-out conditions after midnight and into very early Saturday. Snowfall tapers off during the day Saturday with rising snow levels followed by a break Saturday night. Snow/rain then returns Sunday during the day, becoming heavy during the afternoon and overnight with falling snow levels Sunday night. Precipitation then tapers off early Monday with dry weather possibly returning by the afternoon.
Thursday, February 5, 2015
2-5-2015 at 5:30PM – Good evening everyone. We are now on track for the first real good storm of the winter. Most weather models are still in agreement that we could still see around 3-4 inches of water content over Mammoth Mountain by late Monday. We have two storms coming in and they will both be a bit warm. Snow levels look to bounce around over the 3 day event. It does look like it will be mostly snow with just a bit of rain above 9000 feet after noon on Saturday. This storm is still on track to bring in as much as 2-3 feet of Sierra Cement from MC Coy Station to the top of Mammoth Mountain by Monday night. Weather Guy and Snowman will be coordinating several times a day and then updating this main page as we get more information. Click below for our FULL REPORT snowman out...