Thursday, July 2, 2015
7-2-2015 7:41 AM Current conditions here in Mammoth Lakes, California the window-cast shows cloudy skies with just a breeze in the slopes at 8175 feet. Summer 4th of July crowds are starting to show up in town. Just heard we are 85% booked so should be one heck of a lot of fun this weekend. If you want to see what you re missing out on here in Mammoth Lakes check out our weekly photo album from Mammoth Lakes 6-30-2015. Over the last few days rain has fallen via thunderstorms with more in the forecast thru the holiday weekend. All the rain we got in June and now the last few days has turned the town and the ski area into a nice shade of green. Highs today will be in the upper 70s to low 80s with lows in the 50s. Up in the Mammoth Lakes Basin and at the Mammoth Mountain Ski area highs will be in the 60s to low 70s. We do expect highs to cool off into the 70s in town right thru the July 4th Holiday. For a full weather report check out our Mammoth Weather Section for daily and e
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Discover Mammoth Lakes thru our weekly photo albums at our new Smug Mug Page. To make the photos even better we even upgraded to a brand new Cannon Rebel T5i. Enjoy the photos, they sure are fun taking and editing.
Monday, June 29, 2015
Welcome to Mammoth Lakes & Mammoth Mountain Weather Forecast: Hello from Mammoth Lakes, California. Saturday finally brought about 90 minutes of solid rainfall to Mammoth Lakes and the Mammoth Lakes Basin. The rain helped to clear out all that pollen that has been turning everything yellow in town. The storms have also cleared out the air of a lot of the smoky haze we have had in the area. Looking at current conditions the temperature is 53 at 8200 feet with a 55 up at the Mammoth Mountain Main lodge. Winds are at 0 in town and SSW to 15-30 MPH at the top of Mammoth Mountain. Winds will for the most part be light except under any thunder storms that develop over the next week. Temperatures will be around 78-83 in town today. Night time lows will only be in the mid to upper 50s in the early morning hours. Lows will be near 60 by Wednesday so not much cooling off during the night time hours.
Saturday, June 27, 2015
The Hike to Tj and Barret Lakes lies just beneath the Mammoth Crest and Crystal Crag in the Mammoth Lakes Basin at 9,293 feet. This high mountain hiking trail is a great place for a 3-4 hour session of hiking & exploring, add in lunch on the shore line and some fishing and you can make this a day trip. This hike takes about 30 – 60 minuets to reach Barret Lake depending on what type of shape you are in. Then it is a easy 10 minutes on to TJ Lake. You should consider this trail to be moderate in difficulty. You will be gaining about 290 vertical in rise over the first .75 mile’s of the hike in or should we say up to Lake Barret. I have read many online reviews and post’s about this section. For many people this is a challenge, our take is you need to be in basic shape and take it easy.
Saturday, June 13, 2015
Snowman is here with Conditions, Weather and Footage of Mammoth Lakes and Mammoth Mountain today. http://discovermammoth.com
Saturday, June 6, 2015
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Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Looks like a chance for T Storms and showers are now on for Thursday into Sunday. The NWS is calling for a 40% chance of storms of Thursday and 30% thru the weekend. It will be all rain in town with a mix of rain and snow above the 9000 foot level. Temperatures will be around 68 in town today and then around 58 on Thursday. Over the weekend we expect highs in the lower 60s with lows in the 40’s in town. Up in the Mammoth Lakes Basin look for high in the 50’s today 40s on Thursday and Friday and then 50s again for the weekend with lows in the 30’s. Winds will be WSW at 5-10 in town and 15-25 over the higher elevations. Winds will be mush stronger near any thunder storms that do set up over the next few days. We will keep you updated daily.