The is now a Winter Storm Watch posted for Saturday night into Sunday. Looks like Mammoth could see 1-2 feet of some nice light and dry powder along with strong winds.
Today into Saturday expect highs in the 30s to low 40s. Winds will be light into Friday with gusts 5-15 MPH.
Snow conditions turned out to be some great powder on Tuesday, today will be a day of transition from the skied out powder to packed out snow conditions. Get ready for more powder coming up Sunday and Monday. Yahooooo
Up on the hill the base at Main is at the 210-inch mark, with over 350 inches over the top of the mountain. This is the deepest base for this date in time since the ski area began keeping records.
Snowman had camera issues on Wednesday, I hope to get fresh image today.
Ski ya later… Snowman out
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