We have clear skies in the forecast for Monday and Tuesday with highs in the low 70’s in town and in the mid 50s on Mammoth Mountain. Lows at night are in the 40s at this time.
By Wednesday we get a dry front in the area, there is a slight chance of a shower but not looking for much if anything at all rain or snow wise. Things will cool mid week into the 60’s in town with high in the 40s on Mammoth Mountain. Winds will pick up Tuesday with gusts in the higher elevation 30-50 MPH.
By Friday we get a warming trend with high back into the low 70s next weekend in town and mid 50s up at the ski area. Lows at night will be in the 40s once again. Perfect spring weather with no storms in the mid to long range outlooks.
Snowman will update you on Wednesday with a fresh weather update.
Snowman’s Live Cam at 8175 Feet on Canyon Blvd
Mammoth Mountain & Mammoth Lakes Weather
Looking Back at some Big H20 Winters
2017 beat all of these with 100+ inches of H20
1. 1983 91.0″ H2O (83.7″ @ 4-1-83)
2. 1969 86.5″ H2O
3. 1995 80.0″ H2O
4. 1967 78.1″ H2O (55.4″ @ 4-1-67)
5. 2006 76.0″ H2O (63.6″ @ 4-1-06) ***
6. 1978 76.0″ H2O (67.8″ @ 4-1-78)
7. 1938 75.2″ H2O
8. 1986 74.0″ H2O (64.0″ @ 4-1-86)
9. 1952 73.7″ H2O
10. 1982 73.0″ H2O
11. 2005 72.5″ H2O (68.5″ @ 4-1-05)
12. 1993 67.1″ H2O
13. 1980 65.8″ H2O
14. 1941 64.0″ H2O
15. 1958 62.0″ H2O
Steve Taylor – The Mammoth Snowman: Over the last 30+ years, Snowman have spent countless hours studying and learning about mammoth mountain weather and snow conditions first hand.
Snowman started blogging this information back in 1990 on the old Mammoth BBS system, then the RSN Forums and then on to MammothSnowman.com in 2004 with his Video & Photo Blog reports. (No You Tube back then)
Snowman has had his reports, videos and photos featured on both local TV Stations here in Mammoth, along with Fox, ABC, CBS and NBC News. ________________________________________________________
I started skiing at age 5, first discovered Mammoth Mountain in 1979 as a youth, and have been a regular visitor since.
Putting together the Powder Outlook has been a lot of fun over the last 7 snow seasons.