Winter Outlook 2019-2020 for Mammoth Mountain and the Eastern Sierra

Fort Independence Travel Plaza

Fort Independence Travel Plaza – HWY 395

8-15-2019 – 12:38 PM – It’s mid-August and now is the time that we start to take a daily look at how the weather is setting up for the next winter season on Mammoth Mountain. 

In recent years past we have seen some slow starts with snowfall and limited snowmaking mid-October into early November.

Cooler air seems to make it’s way into the air by the early part of November with snowfall mid to late month followed by a break in the action.

2 of the last 3 winters turned out to be on the large side. So what is coming snow and temperature-wise this Winter?  lol It’s anyone’s guess at this point.

With that said let’s take a look at some of the videos and charts Snowman like’s to look at during these warm August days and nights.

CFSv2 Precipitation Outlook for Nov. 2019

CFSv2 Precipitation Outlook for Nov. 2019

CFSv2 Precipitation Outlook for Dec. 2019

CFSv2 Precipitation Outlook for Dec. 2019

CFSv2 Precipitation Outlook for Jan. 2019

CFSv2 Precipitation Outlook for Jan. 2019

CFSv2 Precipitation Outlook for Feb. 2019

CFSv2 Precipitation Outlook for Feb. 2019

Winter Outlook 2019-2020

 

Three Month Precipitation Probability - NOAA - October - December

Three Month Precipitation Probability – NOAA – October – December

 

Three Month Temperature Probability - NOAA - October - December

Three Month Temperature Probability – NOAA – October – December

Three Month Precipitation Probability - NOAA - November - January

Three Month Precipitation Probability – NOAA – November – January

Three Month Temperature Probability - NOAA - November - January

Three Month Temperature Probability – NOAA – November – January