Recreational Weather for Mammoth Mountain & the Eastern Sierra

6-2-22 @ 8:47 AM – Good morning from the Eastern Sierra, look for a 20% chance of isolated showers and thunderstorms today in the higher elevations. There could even be some snow pellets above the 9500-foot level during the afternoon hours.

By tonight winds will be picking up again at the higher elevations as the next low-pressure system moves towards the area.

That system will bring cooler highs with breezy conditions into Sunday. Temperatures will be 5-7 days degrees below average over the weekend.

Wind speeds Friday into Saturday for Mammoth Lakes will be in the 10-15 MPH range with gusts to 25 MPH possible. Over the higher elevations, gusts will be in the 30-40+ MPH range.

On Sunday there is also a 20% chance of a few scattered T Storms over the higher elevations.

For next week the cooler weather heads out with average to a bit above average temperatures by mid to late next week. Winds will be light with moderate gusts possible during the afternoon hours.

Looks like a great 5-10 days for recreation here in the Eastern Sierra, not too hot and not too cold, just about right.

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. Expect full fire restrictions to go into effect any day now. Just waiting for word from the Forest Service.


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