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Monday, October 3rd, 2022 @ 7:00 AM – Good morning, you will find clear skies over Mammoth Mountain and the Eastern Sierra.
The Fall Colors are now peaking at the 9000-foot level, all other areas from Mammoth to Bishop are starting to see the color change now. This will be a perfect fall weekend to get outside for an adventure.
Checking in on the early morning conditions at the 7 AM hour, you will find clear skies from Mammoth Mountain to Bishop.
The Main Lodge temperature is 39 degrees with light winds. In Mammoth Lakes, the temperature is 39 with a west wind of 2-5 MPH out of the West. In Crowley Lake, the temperature is 36 with 44 down in Bishop.
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Mammoth Weather Forecast: The clear weather will continue right thru the upcoming week with above avarage tempratures.
For today expect highs at the resort level at 8900 Feet, (Main Lodge and the Mammoth Lakes Basin in the low to mid 60 by mid-day, the lows will be in the mid to upper 40s.
Winds will be out of the southwest and will be 5-15 MPH at times. No snow in sight now for the next 10 days.
To get our full weather forecast, the weekend outlook, the 10-day discussion, and pre-winter data for Mammoth Mountain and the Eastern Sierra use this link.
Mammoth Mountain Snow Report: Just 39 days until the expected start of winter operations. Crews are doing their final preps for the upcoming winter at this time.
Expect Snowmaking operations to begin later in the month of October. We are watching the weather trends and it’s looking good for some light snow and cold air later in the month of October and during the month of November.
Learn more about what’s happening on the hill now at our Mammoth Mountain Locals Snow Report page which is updated weekly before the opener.
Mountain Biking: For those of us who love to peddle, it’s game on out in the Park now with no ticket needed. All Inyo Forest Trails are open and the Fall weather is perfect for a ride on all single tracks and service roads. Here is the link to our Mountain Bike Report.
PS: I added a forum to our mix, going to be beta testing this the next month. Here is the link.