3-17-2016 – Mammoth Mountain Photo Snow Report


Snowman was out on the hill this morning and got some images for you to check out from Mammoth Mountain and the Mammoth Lakes Area.
http://mammothsnowman.com/2016/03/17/3-17-2016-mammoth-mountain-photo-snow-report/

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01-12-2016 – Mammoth Mountain Video Snow Report – | MammothSnowman.com| MammothSnowman.com


Mammoth Mountain has some great packed powder out on the hill at this time. The base is in the range of 50-120 inches from the bottom up to the top of Mammoth Mountain. Looks like more snow on the way over the next week to 10 days. Yahoo… Ski ya later!
http://mammothsnowman.com/2016/01/13/01-12-2016-mammoth-mountain-video-snow-report/

Snow is falling over Mammoth Mountain Today


11-15-2015 – 4 PM – So far the ski area has 5-7+ inches of new snow. It’s still snowing but it’s on the light side at this time. Looking at radar and how the system is moving looks like the original snow totals will verify at 6-12+ inches. 🙂 Yahoo!!!
http://mammothsnowman.com/2015/11/15/snow-is-falling-over-mammoth-mountain-today/

Hawaii Just Got Hit By A July Snow Storm | MammothSnowman.com


August 2nd, 2015 – by Chloe Fox – July snowstorms are weird enough. July snowstorms in Hawaii boggle the mind. But that’s what happened at the summit of Mauna Kea on Hawaii’s Big Island on Friday morning.

The combination of passing thunderstorms and near-freezing temperatures led to 1.5 inches of snow and icy conditions, according to a ranger’s report.
http://mammothsnowman.com/2015/08/02/hawaii-just-got-hit-by-a-july-snow-storm/

First Dusting, is it snow or hail? Looks Like Snow!


7-9-2015 – 11:15 AM Good Day from the Mammoth Mountain Ski Area. Things are looking very green on Mammoth Mountain at this time. They are also looking a bit white over the top of the ski area. As of 11 am we just broke out of hour long down pour that brought snow levels down to around MC Coy Station with snow sticking about half way down the face of chair 3. Hard to believe it s July 9th and we are getting pouring rain in down off and on and snow above 10,500 feet. I saw on Facebook that Saddlebag lake had like 2-3 inches of snow snow on the ground along with Tioga Pass being closed for some time while they plowed the road. Been a very long time since we have since crazy summer like this With the rain we have been getting the mountain bike park is prime shape with the dust having been cut way back to almost nothing. Highs today will be in the 50s at the Mammoth Mountain Main Lodge, lows are expected to be in the 40s. As we move thru the next couple days temps come back up into the 6
http://mammothsnowman.com/2015/07/09/first-dusting-is-it-snow-or-hail-looks-like-snow/