Eastern Sierra Weather Summary – 6-24-2019 – The weather this week will be highlighted by a low-pressure system to our north.
This system will help to bring down our high and low temperatures and it will also bring windy conditions to the higher elevations this week.
It will feel more like Springtime then Summer so be prepared with a jacket and warmer clothes.
Lows at the 9000-foot level will be close to freezing with the 30s well below that level.
If you’re camping be prepared for cold nights above 6500 feet. Skiers and Snowboarders be ready for frim conditions at Mammoth Mountain at 7:30 AM when they open.
Mammoth Mountain and the Lakes Basin Weather
At the 9000 foot level, we are expecting highs in the upper 50s to low 60s on Monday lowering to the lower 50s to possibly the upper 40s by Wednesday.
Night time lows will be in the 40s tonight and then drop back down into the low 30s by Wednesday morning.
Winds will be moderate this week with some gusts to 50 MPH out of the SW possible Tuesday and Wednesday. Winds will back off later in the week but it will still be breezy and noticeable.
By next weekend highs at Main will be in the low 60s with mid to upper 30s at night.
That will allow for some great summer corn snow conditions over the weekend, winds should also be a none factor.
Mammoth Lakes Weather @ 8000 Feet
At the 8000-foot level highs will be in the low 70s dropping to the mid-60s midweek. Lows will be in the 40s tonight and into the mid to upper 30s midweek. Brrr
Winds will be 10-20 MPH today increasing to 20-30 MPH on Tuesday. Expect breezy conditions all week.
By next weekend it warms back up into the 70s with lows in the 40s. Perfect Summertime weather to explore the Mammoth Lakes area.
Bishop and Big Pine
Highs will be in the low 90s today and will give way to the mid-80s by Wednesday.
Lows at night are down into the low 50s this week. Winds in the area will be around 10-20 MPH at times.
It’s only hot right now from about noon to 6 PM and then it cools off fast.