::: Milder with some breeziness today through Sunday/ Shower chances and colder air moves in Monday through Wednesday :::
DETAILED SUMMARY for the week -> Updated for Friday, May 24... Today through Sunday - In general, low pressure hangs out across the northwest US and northern Sierra-Tahoe, though it backs off some. We expect some clouds (but mostly sun), breezy to windy conditions, and cooler than average temperatures, though a bit milder than recent temperatures.
Monday through Wednesday - Colder and windy weather is expected, with shower chances and mostly cloudy skies as unseasonably strong low pressure pushes in across the west. This one looks stronger than the current low pressure system, which caused snowfall to 3,500 feet across some areas of Oregon and Washington, into Idaho. Some snow is expected to 8,000 feet, and possibly lower (to near 7,000 feet overnight) if low pressure cuts southward more. We will be watching. CM
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.