Mammoth Mountain & Eastern Sierra Weather Forecast
By Tuesday afternoon there will be a 60% chance of Thunder Storms in all areas of the Eastern Sierra.
Chances of Thunder Storms continue into the evening hours Tuesday with possible scattered showers early on Wednesday morning. By Wednesday afternoon there will once again be a 50% chance of more scattered T Storms.
If we still have residual cloud cover leftover from Tuesday on Wednesday morning that will limit how extensive the Thunder Storms will be on Wednesday during the afternoon and evening hours.
For those of you who are going to be in the back county or out for day use be prepared for some possible big thunderstorms with strong outflow winds, heavy rain, hail, and of course tons of thunder and lightning on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Looking out to Thursday into the July 4th Weekend you can expect to see more chances of Thunder Storms each day.
Bishop Conditions @ 8:03 AM from BishopWeather.com
Forecast for the Mammoth Lakes Basin & Main Lodge @ 8900 feet
Forecast for Mammoth Lakes @ 8000 Feet
Live Radar View of Central California
GOES Satellite View of California and the West Coast
HRRR Temperature Forecast
GFS Precipitation Forecast to 150 Hours
ECMWF Precipitation Forecast to 150 Hours
The image below is the GEFS Ensemble going out 10 days / 240 hours.
Forecasting Weather Images
The MOJO Outlook
Mammoth Mountain and Eastern Sierra Weather Posts
Mammoth Mountain Weather Forecast November 1st, 2022 @ 11:15 AM – High clouds continue to stream into the area at this time. If you look
Mammoth Mountain Weather Update – 10-30-2022 October 30th, 2022 @ 1:22 PM – Two more days of tranquil weather conditions, and then expect clouds, winds,
Long Range Snowfall Outlook for mid-October into mid November 10-8-22 @ 7:33 AM – The long range fantasy outlook looks more encouraging with every ensemble
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