Mammoth Mountain Weather
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2-23-2020 – Monday at 6:53 AM Good morning, taking a look at the weather outlook we are not seeing any signs of series of storms heading into Mammoth over the next month. The so-called March Miricle is not on the table at this time. We could still see some snow during March, but I would not expect much. 

Mammoth Mountain on Hill Weather Outlook: 

Today we expect sunny skies, with a high near 44 around Main Lodge. It will be windy, with a northeast wind 20 to 25 mph, with gusts as high as 60 mph over the top.

On Tuesday expect more sunny skies with a morning low of 27, the high temperature will be near 46 around Main Lodge. Winds will be northeast 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 30-40 mph over the higher elevations.

On Wednesday and Thursday expect more sunny skies with morning lows in the upper 20’s with day time highs in the mid to upper 40s at the 9000-foot level. That would mean highs in the 50s down at Canyon and Eagle lodges.

The Weekend Outlook has a small system moving into Mammoth, that system would bring cooling highs with cloudy skies and a chance for a dusting to several inches of snow next Sunday. 

Long Range there looks to be a chance of snow again the first week of March, but nothing that would bring a big storm with lots of snow. 

Snowman out… 

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GFS Snowfall outlook for Mammoth Mountain
GFS Snowfall outlook for Mammoth Mountain

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MOJO – CMET Canadian Forecast
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MOJO – Japan Meteorology Agency Ensemble System (JMAN)

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