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….>>>>>>>
Powder Forecast — Tuesday April 4th, 2017 Ted Schlaepfer CCM —- Mammoth Mountain WeatherGuy Forecast Summary: Dry weather continues through Wednesday and into Thursday before snowfall develops Thursday afternoon. Heavy snow and strong winds (blizzard) then develops overnight Thursday … Continue reading →
4-3-2017 – 9AM – Good morning from Mammoth Mountain, we have clear skies over the hill today. We had a dusting of snow around 5pm last yesterday with rain and hail below 8500 feet.
Looks like a big storm at the end of the week is on the way… powder hounds be ready… read more at the link below ….>>>>>>
3-25-2017 – 4PM– Good day from Mammoth Mountain. We have about 6-12 inches fresh snow out on the hill today.
Sorry for the lack of reports and fresh images, Snowman picked up a virus that will not let go.
However today we had our Snowman fans send me some great images and an update on the snow conditions.
So here is the report I got so far, we have some fun powder out on the hill this AM. Everything from the trees of 15, to the face’s of 3 and 5 had some real fun stuff. Over on 25 and 9 things as expected start out fresh and fun and then got a bit thick this afternoon. Read the full report with fresh images at the link below…… ____>
Kiwi Flats is one steep and mean run. It’s only skied able in the big snow years. So with a 30 foot base and the conditions just right Ryan Hurley goes for it. He had planned this route out for weeks.
Tuesday March 7th, 2017 Ted Schlaepfer CCM —- Mammoth Mountain WeatherGuy Forecast Summary: Dry weather is expected for the rest of the week and through the weekend with seasonable temperatures except for a chance for flurries Saturday night/early Sunday. A … Continue reading →
Monday February 20th, 2017 Ted Schlaepfer CCM —- Mammoth Mountain WeatherGuy Forecast Summary: Snow mostly continues through this evening before becoming heavy again overnight and early Tuesday with continued snow showers through Tuesday evening and into Wednesday morning. Light … Continue reading →