Recreational Weather for Mammoth Mountain & the Eastern Sierra


5-30-22 @ 9:52 AM – Good morning, the weather is looking great this week if you’re going to be in the Mammoth Lakes or anywhere in the Eastern Sierra.

The cool and breezy weather we have today will come to end on Tuesday when you can expect a warming trend and much less wind over the high elevations.

Temperatures by mid-week will be back to more average for this time of year. With the low 60s at the 9000-foot level, low 70s in Mammoth Lakes, mid to upper 70s for Crowley, and upper 80s to low 90s mid-day in the Bishop and Mill Pond Area.

Winds this week with be light with just the afternoon moderate breezes in the high country.

By Friday into next weekend, the next low-pressure system will kick up winds a bit and cool off the high and low temperatures once again. If you’re camping or hiking next weekend be prepared for cold nights with some moderate winds at times in the high country.

Overall the next 2 weeks and the month of June look cooler than average with windy conditions at times. The next 30 days look about perfect for early Summer fun with clean air and no heat in the Eastern Sierra.

Please note: there is a high fire danger in the area after the dry winter. During times of moderate winds kill your campfires and don’t drive off the dirt if you’re out adventuring or 4 wheeling.


Here are the links to the specific highs, lows, and wind speeds for many of the major recreation points in the Eastern Sierra: Mammoth Mountain Main Lodge, Top of Mammoth Mountain, Mammoth Lakes, June Lake, Crowley Lake, Toms Place, Rock Creek Lake, Bishop & Mill Pond, South Lake.

MC Coy Station Webcam at Mammoth Mountain
MC Coy Station Webcam at Mammoth Mountain