Mammoth Daily Snow

Scattered Showers Possible Tuesday, Heavier Snow Wednesday...

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Update

Tuesday:

Partly sunny with a few scattered snow showers possible.  Highs in the 30's on the upper mountain and 40's at the base.  Upper mountains winds gusting to 50+ mph.

Tuesday Night - Thursday Storm:

Snow from the next storm should push in later Tuesday night.  Heavier snow is expected to push in Wednesday becoming lighter again Wednesday night.  Scattered snow showers are possible Thursday from a final wave moving through to the north before the storm completely clears out Thursday night.

We could see 1-2 inches on the mountain Tuesday night, 6-12 inches Wednesday, 3-6 inches Wednesday night, and a final dusting to an inch of snow possible Thursday.

Strong winds are expected to continue on the upper mountain again Wednesday with gusts to 70+ mph.  Highs in the 30's.  Winds are expected to drop off on Thursday with highs in the 20's on the upper mountain and 30's at the base. 

The Weekend: 

It looks like we will see a break in the storms Friday through Sunday.  We should see sunny skies with highs in the 30's on the upper mountain and 40's at the base with lighter winds.  

Long-Range:

A few weaker systems could bring some scattered snow showers Mon-Wed with little if any accumulations expected.  Partly sunny skies between any showers.  Highs in the 30's on the upper mountains and 40's at the base.

A few stronger systems are possible later in the week into the weekend of the 6th, but they may track to the north of Mammoth with only light showers if any.

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