8-31-2015 – 7:02AM– Good Monday Morning from Mammoth Lakes. Clear skies at this time as the upper level winds are blowing the smoke band south of Mammoth. We expect to see the band of smoke work it s way back into the Mammoth area later today. There is no way to forecast for sure when the smoke will make it to Mammoth Lakes each day. If the fires explodes smoke will become moderate at times. Of course this is all from the The Rough fire that has been going for a month now. Current Conditions: Here at the 8175 foot level I have a 44, at main lodge its 44 and at the top of Mammoth Mountain it s 50. Winds are WSW at Main to 5-13 MPH and up top SW to 5-15 MPH. The humidity level is at 53% and dew points are at 28.4°F. Mammoth Lakes Forecast: Highs will be in the 70s in town with 60s on Mammoth Mountain and up in the Lakes Basin. With the 50 s above the 9500 foot level. Lows in the area will be in the 40s for all elevations. Expect southwest winds 15 t
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Mammoth Mountains Ski Patrol is a tightly knit group that loves to work hard. The number one goal is to save life’s by keeping the mountain as safe as possible.
From setting up fencing to avalanche work to helping the injured, the Mammoth Mountain Ski Patrol covers it all. Without their presence on the hill personally I would feel unsafe to be out playing the way we do.
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The Mammoth Mountain Weather Guy has his first El Nino Weather Slide Show Briefing ready for us on this late August day. Enjoy the update and please share and like this post so more Mammoth Mountain lovers will see this information. Thanks and Pray for Snow!
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8-28-2015 – 7:11AM– Good Morning from Mammoth Lakes. Smoke from the Rough fire moved back in around 4am. PM 10 counts are around 40 as of 7am. We also have a Red Flag Warning and a High Wind Advisory in effect for 4AM Saturday until 2PM Saturday. If you re planning a trip to Mammoth Lakes or you are already in town, you can expect to see off and on light amounts of smoke at times over the next couple weeks. There is no way to forecast for sure when and if the smoke will make it in each day. Current Conditions: Here at the 8175 foot level I have a 51, at main lodge its 54 and at the top of Mammoth Mountain it s 47. Winds are WSW at Main to 10-20 MPH and up top SW to 20-25MPH. The humidity level is at 54% and dew points are at 32°F. Mammoth Lakes Forecast: Highs will be in the 70s in town with 60s on Mammoth Mountain and up in the Lakes Basin. With the 50 s above the 9500 foot level. Lows in the area will be in the 40s for all elevations. By later today t
A nice day in Mammoth Lakes and up on Mammoth Mountain. Mostly clear blue skies with just a light smell of smoke in the air at times. Time to get out and enjoy summer before it’s over.