Weather in the Sierra varies greatly with location. Howard applies his decades of Mammoth Lakes weather knowledge to produce a discussion and forecast tailored to local conditions.
Here are Howard’s three most recent discussion posts:
- October Precipitation off to a grand start with 4.03 inches of rain here at the Village at Mammoth over the weekend....For some areas it is the 3rd wettest Oct on record already.....Still lots more time this month to set all time October Precipitation Record......While we wait....Another warm up is in store with temps in the upper 60s Friday.......Is another AR event in the cards for Northern and Central CA this month?
- Wet Windy Weekend expected throughout Mono County.....Main Snowfall will be at elevations above 10000 to 11000 feet....Winds will Increase Tonight...However, for Southern Mono County...The strongest winds may end up being Saturday Afternoon.....Stormy Period to end Monday with the upper jet lifting north next week for a long stretch of Fair Warm Indian Summer Weather....
- Beautiful warm weekend to be followed by clouds and cooler weather next week.....Atmospheric River to take aim on Northern CA beginning Thursday with heavy precipitation as anomalous upper jet sags south to the CA/OR Border.....
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