Mammoth Mountain & Eastern Sierra Weather Forecast
Mammoth Mountain & Eastern Sierra Recreational Weather Forecast
Monday, October 4th, 2021 @ 8:09 AM
Good morning, checking the window cast we have moderate to heavy smoke and haze in the area from Mammoth Lakes to Bishop.
Taking a look at local conditions the last couple of days. Yesterday at the top of Mammoth Mountain there was a high of 49, the low this morning was 32. The peak wind gust on Sunday was 35 MPH out of the WSW. This morning’s peak gust has been 24 MPH out of the WSW.
In Mammoth Lakes, the temperature peaked at 67 degrees on Sunday with a low of 43 degrees this morning. Winds in town have been out of the WSW up to 8 MPH at times.
Down in Bishop on Sunday, there was a temperature of 87 degrees with a low of 41 degrees this morning. Winds have been light for the most part with a peak gusts of 16 of the SSE yesterday with calm conditions this morning.
Temperatures: As we go thru the week temperatures will be coming down a good 10-15 degrees by Friday, with more cooling this weekend. Looks like below-average highs will be with us into mid-month.
For today For Mammoth Mountain and the Mammoth Lakes Basin area highs will be in the mid-60s with lows in the low 40s today. Mammoth Lakes today will have highs in the upper 60s to near 70 with night times lows in the upper 30s to low 40s.
Bishop and Round Valleys look for highs in the low to mid-80s with nighttime lows in the mid-40s right into Tuesday.
Winds: Expect winds out of the WSW today and then turning to the SW on Wednesday, look for low wind speeds in all the lower elevations the next 24-36 hours with ridgetop winds at 20- 30 MPH at times.
Here are the links to the local NWS Forecasts for Main Lodge & the Mammoth Lakes Basin, Mammoth Lakes, June Lake, Crowley Lake, and Bishop.
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