Mammoth Lakes & Mammoth Mountain Weather Forecast

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 –


Forecast Update Tuesday March 22nd, 2016 | Mammoth Mountain Weather

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.

Forecast Update Friday March 18th, 2016 | Mammoth Mountain Weather

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.