Forecast Update Friday March 11th, 2016 | Mammoth Mountain Weather


Snow increases through the day today (Friday), heavy at times this afternoon/evening, before ending before dawn Saturday with about a foot of accumulation at Main. The rest of Saturday will be dry with snow developing again late Saturday night and continuing into Monday morning with around another foot or so possible. Dry weather is then expected until around or just after the 20th when the next storm is possible. Another chance for snow is then expected around the 24th with chances every few days into early April, but probably not any major storm patterns.

Next update Tuesday 3/15.

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 3/12 = 10 – 12” (H2O = 1.10” – 1.30”)
Sun 3/13 = 1 – 2” (H2O = 0.15” – 0.25”)
Mon 3/14 = 10 – 14” (H2O = 1.00” – 1.50”)
Tue 3/15 = 0 – 1” (H2O = 0.05” – 0.10”)
Wed 3/16 = 0”
Thu 3/17 = 0”
Fri 3/18 = 0”
Sat – Mon 3/19 – 21 = 3 –
http://mammothsnowman.com/mammoth-mountain-weather/2016/03/11/forecast-update-friday-march-11th-2016/

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