September 7th, 2015 – Mammoth Mountain Weather Outlook


9-7-2015 – 8AM – Good morning from Mammoth Lakes, we have very smoky skies this am.  PM 10 count went very high last night but the good news is they are dropping off fast this morning. Expect areas of smoke from the Rough Fire to continue off and on for at least the next 5-7 days.  I just talked to our contact that is on the fire lines and he said the fire is out for the most part and what we have left is a big smoldering mess.  He said to expect less and less smoke as we move through the week.   What we really need now is some rain to help with the almost 100,000 acres of smoldering terrain.  Looks like we have a slight chance for that to happen about 5-7 days out from hurricane Linda who could possibly send some moisture our way.   Below you can see one of the models has it going more north then west. Current Conditions:  Here at the 8175 foot level I have a 42, at main lodge its 50 and at the top of Mammoth Mountain it s 54.    Winds are WSW at Main to 5-15 MPH and u
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