Currently we have clear skies with strong NE winds up top. G2 along with chairs 3,5 and 23 are back on wind hold.
At this time Main Lodge has a temperature of 36. Over the top of Mammoth Mountain its 28 with sustained NE winds at 34 MPH with gusts to 50 MPH.
Weather conditions today will be clear and cool with those NE winds blowing up top all day. Lower on the hill winds will be in the 15-30 MPH range. This type of pattern keeps the snow firm on the mid and upper runs.
Looks like a 20% chance of snow showers on Wednesday with moderate winds. The rest of the week looks to be clear and warmer into the upcoming weekend, however no above normal temperatures.
Snow Conditions are now full on spring across the entire mountain. So you can expect the snow to be groomed out and firm at 8:30 in the morning.
On days when it’s not cloudy or we have NE winds, the snow starts to thaw out by 9 – 930 in the morning on the lower groomers that get direct sun. Try Stump Alley this week for the first run to get the softest snow.
With 4 months of spring and summer skiing still on the schedule it would be a good idea to head into Command Performance to get your skis resurfaced for spring snow.
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If you’re coming up for mid-week skiing remember Canyon and Eagle lodges are closing today. Main Lodge is scheduled to run into mid-August.
Lifts running this upcoming week (weather permitting) will be chairs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 11, 23 and G1 and G2. Chair 5 will be closed be you can still ski or ride it off of chair 3 or via Climax or Dave’s run.
At this time Mammoth Mountain has a base from Main Lodge to the top of 185 to 350 + inches. Nasa did a laser of the base on Dave’s and came up with an amazing 60+ feet. Expect the top to have a base that is still there for the start of next ski season.
Snowman has heard there is a small chance that the ski area could stay open right into next season. If you have a season pass expect it to get cut off in August.
Here at MammothSnowman.com and our sister site Discover Mammoth we will keep you update year round of what conditions and weather our like. We are going to also be bringing back out Discover Mammoth Today videos reports twice a week.
Have a great day and I hope to see you this spring and summer here in Mammoth Lakes and out on Mammoth Mountain. I always have free stickers in my pocket so just say hello. We will ski you later, Snowman out!
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