Mammoth Mountain & Eastern Sierra Weather Forecast

Mammoth Mountain & Eastern Sierra Weather Forecast

Mammoth Weather Update for Monday, July 19th, 2021 @ 9:22 AM

Synopsis: This week starts with what looks like to be a good day for thunderstorms and heavy rain showers. Rainfall amounts under storms that do form could be in the .10 to .20 QPF range.

Starting Tuesday we dry out with just a few clouds around. Expect average highs for July in the high country, lower elevations will remain a bit above average.

The usual afternoon Summer winds will be back starting Tuesday. Winds will be from the SW at 10-15 MPH with gusts over the higher elevations 25-35 MPH during the PM hours.

As far as smoke and haze in the area, I would expect just light amounts at times until further notice.

By next weekend there will be isolated thunderstorms returning that will last into the following week.

Looking out over the next 16 days I am not seeing any excessive heat waves, temperatures do look to warm up in about a week and then quickly return to just above average highs out to 16 days.

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Mammoth Mountain Ski Patrol Current Conditions 7-19-2021

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Mammoth Ski Patrol Weather Station

Cal Trans Window-cast

Mammmoth Mountain from the junction of Highway 203 and 395Highway 203 into Mammoth Lakes

Current Eastern Sierra Air Quality

Window-cast from the Mammoth Lakes Airport WebcamWindow-cast from the Mammoth Lakes Airport Webcam

Live Radar View of Central CaliforniaLive Radar View of Central California

GOES Satellite View of California and the West CoastNOAA Goes 17 Satellite View

Forecast for the Mammoth Lakes Basin & Main Lodge @ 8900 feet

Forecast for the Mammoth Lakes Basin & Main Lodge @ 8900 feet

 

Forecast for Mammoth Lakes @ 8000 Feet

Forecast for Mammoth Lakes @ 8000 Feet

Forecast for Bishop @ 4200 feet

Forecast for Bishop @ 4200 feet
Forecast for Bishop @ 4200 feet

HRRR High-Temperature Forecast HRRR High-Temperature Forecast

HRRR 18 Hour Precipitation ForecastHRRR 18 Hour Precipitation Forecast

HRRR Current Dew Point

HRRR Current Humidity Levels

Precipitable Water

 

 

ECMWF EPS Accumulated Precipitation over 240 Hours

ECMWF EPS Accumulated Precipitation over 240 Hours

 

ECMWF EPS Ensemble going out 10 days / 240 hour

Temperature Anomaly Outlook

Precipitation Anomaly Outlook

 

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