Monday, December 5, 2016
Snow Report Update 12-5-2016 – Out on the hill we currently have a base of 6-60 inches from Main Lodge up to the top. The snow surface on the groomers is now a mix of soft packed powder along with some firmer groomed out man-made snow. It’s still what we call low tide so please stay on the groomed open runs around Main Lodge. get our full report at http://MammothSnowman.com
Monday, November 28, 2016
11-28-2016 – 3PM – Winter has arrived with 16-24+ inches of new snow from the last storm. The snow out on the hill today was a mix of packed powder & powder stashes with some fine wind blown sugar snow blowing all around the hill. Right now the snow is just about perfect for the early season, if you can make it up it’s really worth the trip now. Read my while report with images at the link below...
Saturday, November 26, 2016
11-26-2016 -7:30 AM – Hello and welcome too Mammoth Snowman.com, today’s window-cast shows some high clouds in the area at this time. A winter storm warning has been posted for late today until 4pm on Sunday. Snow levels by Sunday am will be down to Bishop so travelers beware of snow on 395 on Sunday. ......>>>> click to read todays full report..
Friday, November 25, 2016
Friday November 25th, 2016 Ted Schlaepfer CCM —- Mammoth Mountain WeatherGuy Forecast Summary: Saturday will start out dry, then a storm will produce up to a foot of snowfall at Main Saturday night and into Sunday. Light snow showers … Continue reading →
Friday, November 11, 2016
Friday November 11th, 2016 Ted Schlaepfer CCM —- Mammoth Mountain WeatherGuy Forecast Summary: Fair, dry, and mild weather continues through early next week with poor snow making condition. A change in the overall weather pattern will begin around the middle … Continue reading →
Monday, October 31, 2016
Fresh Base snow on Mammoth Mountain check out the images... opening day is November 10th, 2016.
10-31-2016 – 5:30 AM – Good morning from Mammoth Mountain we picked up about 7 inches of snow at Main Lodge after the rain ended Sunday afternoon. That snow came after we had picked up well over 2 inches of rain. No idea what the snow totals at MC Coy or up Top are at this point. The snow levels at times went well above 11,000 feet so we will have to wait for the sun to come out and word from Vince up top. What ever did fall will be some great base to get the season started. Click below for my full Monday morning report... images and video later today!