Thursday, February 4, 2016
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
Mammoth Mountain has a 75-150 inches base to see what it looks like check out Snowman's Photo Snow Report from today. 70 images that are sure to get you packing your car and heading to Mammoth Mountain.
Friday, January 29, 2016
1PM Update from the Weather Guy - After a chance for rain or snow showers today through evening, snowfall develops overnight, becomes heavy during the morning (Sierra cement) before tapering off during the afternoon. Light snow will likely continue overnight Saturday before increasing and becoming heavy again Sunday morning (colder powder) with snow showers ending Sunday night resulting in a great powder day Monday.
Friday, January 22, 2016
Snowfall increases through this afternoon and tonight before tapering off during the late morning and early afternoon Saturday. Dry and colder weather returns Sunday for great powder conditions followed by continued dry and warmer weather through most of next week. Snowfall may return as early as next Friday with a better chance over the weekend with a couple of powder days of cold, dry powder possible.
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Snow ends by this evening with a powder day Wednesday under partly cloudy skies and dry conditions. Dry weather should then last through most of Friday with snow likely developing overnight Friday and becoming heavy at times Saturday (riders of the storm) resulting in a powder day Sunday when dry weather returns.
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Mammoth Mountain has some great packed powder out on the hill at this time. The base is in the range of 50-120 inches from the bottom up to the top of Mammoth Mountain. Looks like more snow on the way over the next week to 10 days. Yahoo... Ski ya later!
Light snow develops during the day Wednesday, ending Wednesday night with a few inches possible at Main by Thursday AM. Snow develops again Thursday afternoon and night with up to 6”possible at Main by Friday AM. Snow should end Friday morning before the next chance of snow arrives either late Friday night or during the day Saturday with 6” or more possible again by Sunday morning. The rest of Sunday could be dry before more snow, possibly heavy, develops early next week with another chance toward the end of next week. Extended outlook model forecasts are still generally showing the El Nino influenced pattern re-strengthening over the last part of January and into February.