Tuesday, May 31, 2016
This morning we have a current temperature of 44 at 8200 feet with a 41 up at the top of Mammoth Mountain with a 49 up in the Lakes Basin at Pokonobe Lodge. The weather this week will be highlighted by a strong warming trend that will lead to well above normal temperatures by mid week. Highs in town will be in the low 70s today and into the upper 70s to near 80 by Thursday and Friday. Check out our weather page for the full details....
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Snow showers are expected to develop late this afternoon and into the evening including a chance for thunderstorm. There is a chance that flurries could linger overnight before snow showers increase again during the day tomorrow with a couple inches of accumulation possible by Wednesday evening when the showers end.
Thursday, May 19, 2016
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Tuesday, May 3, 2016
More snow in the forecast for Mammoth Mountain this weekend... check out our update!
Friday, April 22, 2016
Winter returns to Mammoth today and generally continues through next week with 2 more snowfall chances over the next week. Snow develops this afternoon and quickly become heavy into this evening before ending abruptly late this evening. Saturday will be a bluebird morning and a dry day with breezy to gusty westerly winds and potential afternoon wind buff. Snowfall forecasts are for the Sesame snow course (Main Lodge) Sat 4/23 = 8 – 10” (H20 = 0.90” – 1.05”) Sun 4/24 = 0” Mon 4/25 = 1 – 3” (H20 = 0.15” – 0.25”) Tue 4/26 = 1 – 2” (H20 = 0.10” – 0.15”) Wed 4/27 = 0”
Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Spring back to Winter on Friday... check out our full update!
Saturday, March 26, 2016
Dry weather continues through Saturday except for a slight chance for a late afternoon shower/thunderstorm. A chance for light snow is then expected Easter Sunday PM/night, but little or no accumulation, followed by mostly light snow showers at times through mid-week. Only small accumulations are expected each day and no deep powder is forecast through next week. Snow showers could continue into the following weekend before there is the next chance for a storm around the 4th or 5th. A favorable pattern for at least some storminess could continue through the second week of April or longer, but probably not any major storm patterns or significant snow makers (>2-3 feet). Next update Tuesday 3/29. Snowfall forecasts are for the Sesame snow course (Main Lodge) as reported in the AM snow report from MMSA (previous 24 hours of snowfall) Sesame Snow Course Sat 3/26 = 0” Sun 3/27 = 0” Mon 3/28 = 0 – trace” Tue 3/29 = 1 – 3” Wed 3/30 = 1 – 3” Thu 3/31 = 1 – 2” Fri 4/1 = 0 –