11:00pm update QPF from CRFC 1.8 inches Yosemite Valley by Sunday AM
So 12 To 15 inches of snow possible over the crest.

From Friday AM:
It is will a Mostly Sunny Day today with warmer temps. Mid to Upper 50s at the resort levels (8000ft).  The next upstream system heads into the high country late tonight with strong winds on the increase and wind warnings likely Saturday. The snow level will begin on the high side (8500) but then plummet later in the day. 1st Call QPF is about an inch of water EQ for the Crest Storm total. So up to a foot over the powder bowls of Mammoth Mountain.  This storm is a rather fast moving system and should move rapidly out Sunday morning……

Improving weather is expected with flat ridging early next week.  Highs will return to the 50s by Tuesday.  The next upstream system about mid week……

Snowfall Forecast:

3 to 5 inches in town (8000ft) because of the warmer temps…..

6 to 12+ on Mammoth Mtn

Next Update late Sunday or Early Monday AM…..


Dr Howard and the Dweebs…………………………:-)


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