7 day to 2 week+ forecast (since 1998) - 28 March to 07 April, 2015 - WESTERN US: The absolute scourge of winter 2014-2015 for most of the west (Colorado has been one of the best places to go this winter however), the much hated and freakishly persistent upper-level high pressure ridge (mostly sunny/ dry at the resorts) does not want to give way to a large scale pattern change this month (March), over to large scale low pressure (needed for the really big storms for the west US). A storm does move up and over this ridge Saturday/ Sunday and Monday (28th-30), with snow (but some snow level issues) for the Inland Northwest, dropping into Wyoming/ Colorado Sunday and Monday. By April 1 onward for several days, we may see a better shot of snow for most areas including Tahoe-Mammoth and Utah as increased Pacific energy and moisture may move in. Catch it while you can. Areas will start closing soon after.
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Mammoth has 3500 acres of trails, covered in 400 inches of snow, bathed by 300 days of sunshine and that’s just the mountain in an average year. 11,053-foot Mammoth Mountain dominates the Eastern Sierra skyline and the minds and hearts of its die-hard skiers and riders. Yes Mammoth is big. And there’s more to Mammoth winter than one mountain: cross country skiing and snowmobiling over acres of pure white; uncrowded powder days at June Mountain; dinner at Lakefront Restaurant. It's all part of the Mammoth experience.