Mammoth Snowman Report 5-29-2017 with Fresh Photos!

Snow conditions are now full on spring conditions. The Memorial Day weekend crowds has been loving it out on the hill with lot’s of lifts and great spring snow. Read more at my web site we even have a fresh photo snow report posted. Snowman out…

Mammoth Mountain Weather Forecast — Friday May 12th, 2017

Powder Forecast — Friday April 12th, 2017 Ted Schlaepfer CCM  —- Mammoth Mountain WeatherGuy Forecast Summary:   Mostly cloudy today with a chance for light snow or flurries through this afternoon and into this evening above 8500 feet before any … Continue reading →

Mammoth Snowman Report 5-1-2017 – With Fresh Photos

5-1-2017 –7:42 AM – Good morning from Mammoth Mountain, we currently have clear skies. Snow conditions on Sunday turned into full on spring across the entire mountain. The upper mountain was slow to get soft, but Climax, Cornice and Scotties got soft enough for some fun turns later in the day. Read more and see our fresh images at the link below… >>>

Mammoth Mountain Weather & Powder Forecast — Friday April 14th, 2017

Powder Forecast — Friday April 14th, 2017 Ted Schlaepfer CCM  —- Mammoth Mountain WeatherGuy Forecast Summary:   Dry and warmer weather Saturday followed by increasing clouds Sunday and light snow by the afternoon and evening.  More snow, possibly heavier, is … Continue reading →

Mammoth Snowman Snow and Weather Report 4-8-2017

4-8-2017 6 AM – Good morning from Mammoth Mountain, we have moderate snow falling at this time.

There is a Winter Storm Warning in place until 5PM today. Sunday looks to be bluebird.

So far we have 30 inches of new snow at Canyon, 36-40 inches at Main Lodge and over 4 feet of new snow over the powder fields of Mammoth. Read more at the link below…>>>>>

Mammoth Snowman Report & Powder Forecast 4-5-2017

Thursday night a Strong Storm for the month of April is moving in. Water content from this moderate AR event will be in the 2-5+ inch range. That would add up to 2-5+ feet of snow for you powder hounds.

Snow levels look to start around 7500-8000 feet and then lower down about 500 feet on Friday. During the night on Friday there could be a brief period when they come up for a time and then drop down below 5000 feet for Saturday. Get the full details at the link below….>>>>>>>