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.
Sledding in Mammoth Lakes can keep you and your kids occupied for hours. Our Family has come to love sledding so much we design and build our own courses in the yard. Personally I think almost nothing beats a couple hours of sledding out on the hills around your yard, the town or in the hills of the Eastern Sierra with the family. Grab the kids, helmets and a verity of sleds and get ready for some major fun. The key to a great sledding experience is packing out a course with safety in mind.
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