Saturday, December 31, 2016
12-31-2016 – 8:38 AM – Good day from Mammoth Mountain, clear skies should give way to some clouds and a few snow showers later today. Snow conditions out on the hill are a mix of firmer to soft packed powder with some wind blown sugar blowing around at times. ...click for the full report below >>>>>>
Friday, December 30, 2016
Powder Forecast for next Week! Yahooooo — Friday December 30th, 2016 Ted Schlaepfer CCM —- Mammoth Mountain WeatherGuy Forecast Summary: Partly to mostly cloudy Saturday with just a chance for light snow showers during the afternoon/evening followed by dry weather through Sunday during … Continue reading →
Tuesday, December 27, 2016
Tuesday December 27th, 2016 Ted Schlaepfer CCM —- Mammoth Mountain WeatherGuy Forecast Summary: Fair and warmer through Thursday followed by colder temps and a chance for light snow Friday followed by some snowfall on Saturday, ending Saturday night. More … Continue reading →
Friday, December 23, 2016
Friday December 23rd, 2016 Ted Schlaepfer CCM —- Mammoth Mountain WeatherGuy Forecast Summary: Snow at times today with heavier snow tonight with the snowfall ending very early Saturday and just light snow showers during the afternoon on Christmas Eve … Continue reading →
Tuesday, December 13, 2016
Tuesday December 13th, 2016 Ted Schlaepfer CCM —- Mammoth Mountain WeatherGuy Forecast Summary: Wednesday is expected to be dry with clouds increasing overnight and snow developing during the day Thursday. Heavy snow and strong winds are forecast for overnight … Continue reading →
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Tuesday December 6th, 2016 Ted Schlaepfer CCM —- Mammoth Mountain WeatherGuy Forecast Summary: Dry weather continues during the day tomorrow with increasing clouds with snow developing Wednesday night and continuing through Thursday. Another round of snowfall develops Friday and … Continue reading →
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!
Thursday, October 27, 2016
So the weather is going to get exciting and wet over the next 6-10 hours here in Mammoth. Get all the fine details on our home page today! I will post lots of updates during this storm cycle. Pray for snow...
Monday, October 17, 2016
10-17-2016 - 7:41 AM - Snow day with snow on the ground down to 8000 feet. Looks like main lodge as 3-6 inches with 1-2 feet being reported up top along with 5-6 foot snow drifts from the 100 MPH winds. The snow that is on the ground has a ratio of about 5:1, this is some thick wet base snow. Taking a look at current conditions: At this time we have rain in town with snow falling from about chair 4 all the way up to the top.
Saturday, October 15, 2016
10-15-2016 – 7:41 AM – First Dusting, yes we got our first dusting of snow on Friday after lunch. The front came in and snow levels came down to the top of Broadway. Looking at the cams it would be safe to say there is about 1-2 inches of new snow at the sign up at 11,530 feet. There are some cam shots of the snow at Chair 3 and at the sign down the page. Taking a look at current conditions: Up top we have a cloud sitting over the mountain with little visibility . Winds are gusting in excess of 80 MPH out of the SW and the temperature is sitting at 31. ... Check out today post at MammothSnowman.com for the full details... the storm is looking a bit more wet at this time! :)
Wednesday, June 15, 2016
6-15-2016 – 10:23 AM – Good morning from Mammoth Lakes, the window-cast shows a bit of smoke in the area at this time. Nothing major but you can smell the smoke and see a bit of haze in the area. PM 10 counts remain in the 20’s at this time.
Sunday, June 12, 2016
The rain and snow should be with us thru the day today ( Sunday ) and then we return to clearing skies on Monday. The upcoming week will be highlighted by a nice warming trend with highs back to near 80 by next Friday.
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 –
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Dry weather and lighter winds are forecast for Wednesday with continued dry weather and seasonal temperatures through Saturday. The next chance for snowfall will be Sunday night and at times through next Tuesday/Wednesday, but significant accumulations are not expected at this time, although there is a chance for enough accumulation for low end powder conditions. Dry weather should return by the following weekend and continue into early April, then storms could return by the second week of April.... read more at the link below.
Monday, March 21, 2016
The Bullet Downhill Trail - Rock Garden Section - Mammoth Mountain Bike Park The Kamikaze Games at Mammoth Mountain offered us the chance to get out and film...
Friday, March 18, 2016
Dry weather continues through Sunday with increasing winds Sunday during the day and night and just light snow or flurries overnight and no meaningful accumulation by Monday AM. A better chance of accumulating snowfall is expected Monday late afternoon and overnight into Tuesday (along with more wind) that could result in about 6” at Main.
Thursday, March 17, 2016
Snowman was out on the hill this morning and got some images for you to check out from Mammoth Mountain and the Mammoth Lakes Area.
Wednesday, March 16, 2016
Mammoth Lakes & Mammoth Mountain Weather Forecast. Get the daily forecast, the extended outlook, live cams, radar and satelight. Video & Photos
Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Dry weather continues for the rest of this week and into the upcoming weekend with spring conditions on most of the mountain by the end of the week. A storm is possible by Sunday night and next Monday with current guidance suggesting at least 6” accumulation and a chance for up to a foot, but likely not a significant storm event.
Friday, March 11, 2016
Snow increases through the day today (Friday), heavy at times this afternoon/evening, before ending before dawn Saturday with about a foot of accumulation at Main. The rest of Saturday will be dry with snow developing again late Saturday night and continuing into Monday morning with around another foot or so possible. Dry weather is then expected until around or just after the 20th when the next storm is possible. Another chance for snow is then expected around the 24th with chances every few days into early April, but probably not any major storm patterns. Next update Tuesday 3/15. 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 3/12 = 10 – 12” (H2O = 1.10” – 1.30”) Sun 3/13 = 1 – 2” (H2O = 0.15” – 0.25”) Mon 3/14 = 10 – 14” (H2O = 1.00” – 1.50”) Tue 3/15 = 0 – 1” (H2O = 0.05” – 0.10”) Wed 3/16 = 0” Thu 3/17 = 0” Fri 3/18 = 0” Sat – Mon 3/19 – 21 = 3 –
Tuesday, March 8, 2016
Mammoth Weather Update - Powder on Saturday and Monday/Tuesday... | Mammoth Mountain Weather| MammothSnowman.com
The next series of storms starts Friday with snow developing during the day, heavy at times, ending overnight or Saturday morning. A weak low could produce an inch or two of snow Saturday night or early Sunday, then snow showers increase Sunday followed by heavy snowfall Sunday night and through Monday morning. Check out our projected snowfall forecast numbers at the link below....
Some fun powder out on the hill today. The mountain was on it and opened the top right about 9:30 AM today. The snow was wind effected in areas and light and dry in others. Snowman ripped thru the powder with his full size Canon Camara and got a ton of images for your enjoyment. Check em out!
Friday, March 4, 2016
Snowfall develops tonight with snow levels around 7.5K with about 6 inches by morning. After a brief break, snow develops again by midday along with gusty winds and continues through Saturday night with blizzard conditions around midnight Saturday and very early Sunday. Snow tapers a bit Sunday during the day, then increases again Sunday afternoon and night and continues at times into midday Monday before ending Monday night. There could be some light snow Wednesday morning, otherwise the next storm arrives as early as Thursday night with snow likely Friday and into Saturday the following weekend. More snow possible Sunday night or early the following week before dry weather returns for a bit just after mid-month. Continued storminess, but probably not big storms, could then continue at times into the end of the month.
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Tuesday, March 1, 2016
Snowfall forecasts are for the Sesame snow course (Main Lodge) Fri 3/4 = 1 – 2” (H20 = 0.15” – 0.20”) Sat 3/5 = 2 – 4” (H20 = 0.35” – 0.50”) Sun 3/6 = 19 – 22” (H20 = 2.25” – 2.75”) Mon 3/7 = 15 – 18” (H20 = 1.50” – 1.75”) Tue 3/8 = 3 – 4” (H20 = 0.25” – 0.50”) Wed – Fri 3/9 – 11 = 25 – 35” March Forecast = 120 – 150” use the link below for the fine details
Monday, February 29, 2016
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Wednesday, February 17, 2016
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Good morning from Mammoth Mountain, are you ready for a return to winter weather conditions? It looks like Thursday morning will be a “riders of the storm” event for the first few hours. If you have been waiting for Powder NOW is the time to get up to Mammoth for the Thursday and Friday sessions.
Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Snowfall forecasts are for the Sesame snow course (Main Lodge) as reported in the AM snow report from MMSA. Wed 2/17 = 0” Thu 2/18 = 17 – 19” (H2O = 1.90” – 2.10”) Fri 2/19 = ~ 1” (H2O = 0.05” – 0.10”)
Monday, February 15, 2016
Mammoth Mountain Weather Update: So the good news on this Monday morning is it looks like we will get a refresher of snow moving in on Wednesday into Thursday. Models have come in wetter over the last couple days so we could possible see up to 12 – 20+ inches of fresh snow over Mammoth Mountain.
Saturday, February 13, 2016
Dry and mild weather continues through next Tuesday before snowfall likely develops Wednesday afternoon and night. Snowfall should continue into Thursday midday before ending by Thursday night with around a foot expected at Main right now.
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!